HTC 10, the current flagship product of the Taiwanese company HTC, has been a watershed for the fans with mediocre performance and high pricing. Once, a rival for majors to likes of Samsung and Apple, HTC products are lackluster of late. With no great innovations in the offing, HTC brand has gone to abysmal lows.
But that's history and HTC planning to recoup from losses with a more powerful and beastly phone than HTC 10. Yes, we are talking about HTC 11, the new flagship from the company expected to release next year.
According to Pocket-Lint, HTC 11 features all metal uni-body with 5.5" display boasting with a minimum resolution of 2560X1440 pixel. The phone presumed to be embedded with a more powerful Qualcomm® Snapdragon® 835 processor supported with 4GB/6GB RAM. HTC failed to impress with LCD 3 on HTC 10 EVO and score better with Super LCD 5 on HTC 10, but an AMOLED display would be perfect to cut the competition.
However, HTC 11 will roll out with Android Nougat 7.1 version, which will be released officially in December 2016. The smartphone as expected with Nougat version will support for Google Daydream project.
A recently leaked video from a user-HTC Source asserts that the phone will be devoid of any buttons, means completely button less and works with HTC sense with touch and talk mode. It also comes up with dual speakers.
As per Android Pure, the HTC 11 may be equipped with a 12MP rear camera and 8MP front camera with no dual camera technology. Another feature which must be introduced in HTC phones is the water & dust proof up to IP68. These specs look outdated in 2017 when all other brands including OnePlus thrusting on high-end camera and dust & water resistant phones.
HTC 11 could be showcased at Mobile World Congress to be held between February 27 to March 2, 2017, in Barcelona. If HTC misses these dates then it will surely be launched before April 2017.
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