HTC 11 Release Date, Specs, Features, News & Update: Smartphone Powerful but Cheaper than iPhone 7, Samsung Galaxy S7; Specs, Price Revealed
The Taiwanese tech manufacturer, HTC, has been rumored to launch a new flagship smartphone called HTC 11 before the year ends or in the first quarter of 2017. Although the company has yet to provide the official details with regard to the development and release date of HTC 11, several rumors and speculations have already hit the Internet revealing its impressive specs under the hood. According to the latest report, the new device is said to challenge best smartphones in the market today such as the recently released iPhone 7, Samsung Galaxy S7 and the upcoming Galaxy S8.
According to a source, HTC 11 will carry a 5.5-inch screen with 2560 x 1440 Quad HD display, and the report added that the powerful smartphone might sport a dual-edged screen similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy Edge series. The device could come out with the latest smartphone technology these days such as water and dust resistance; however, no specific information has come out yet regarding the said features.
There are speculations suggesting that HTC's goal is to develop a new smartphone with DSLR-like cameras, and that is exactly what consumers will get once the new HTC 11 arrives in the market. According to the report, the device will sport a 12 MP primary camera with optical zoom paired with an 8 MP front-facing shooter. There are rumors saying that HTC is currently developing a new VR technology, which will be compatible with the upcoming HTC 11.
Meanwhile, the impressive specs under the hood will be headed by a Snapdragon 830 processor from Qualcomm paired with 6 GB of RAM and a 256 internal storage capacity. There are also speculations suggesting that HTC 11 might get an 8 GB RAM with 256 storage, which will be expandable through microSD.
Despite the continued silence by HTC regarding its upcoming smartphone, several reports are saying that HTC 11 will come out with an $800 price tag. Stay tuned for more news and update about the new HTC 11.