HTC 11 Will Be Called HTC U, Release Expected On 10 May, New Details Leaked, Find Out Specs, Features & Price
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LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 24: International goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel launches HTC’s UEFA Collectors Edition ‘Champions’ handset at Carphone Warehouse on February 24, 2015 in London, England. (Photo : Andrew Redington/Getty Images for HTC)
HTC was expected to unveil its successor to much-acclaimed smartphone HTC 10 at the MWC event that took place in Barcelona in February this year. However, that never took place. Nonetheless, it didn’t stop the endless rumors and speculations to keep flowing in. Here’s all there is to know about the HTC 11.
According to a report published by PC Advisor, it appears like the successor of HTC 10 won’t be called HTC 11. Instead, the speculated smartphone will be named HTC U. Moreover, HTC U smartphone is expected to be unveiled on May 10, 2017. As far as the specifications of HTC U smartphone is concerned, the device is widely rumored to carry physical buttons, thereby reversing the trend that most major
The HTC U smartphone is expected to be unveiled at an event in Tapie on May 10 at 2AM (in New York). There will most possibly be a live-streaming event for those interested viewers who won’t be able to attend the event themselves for obvious reasons.
According to another report published by Tech Radar, the speculated HTC U smartphone will belong to high-end category and will cost around 599 or 649 pounds.
A special Weibo report suggests that the HTC U smartphone will most likely be coming equipped with Qualcomm’s 10nm Snapdragon 835 SoC with the company’s Quick charge 4.0 support as well. On the storage front, the smartphone may pack 4GB of RAM along with 64GB of internal storage that could be expanded up to 256GB via its microSD card slot.
Apart from that, the HTC U smartphone may even carry a 12MP rear camera along with an 8MP front shooter. Display-wise, not much has been revealed but if rumors are to be believed then the HTC U smartphone may sport a 5.5-inch (1440 x 2560 pixels) display.
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