HTC 11 Release Date, Specs and Price Details: New Flagship Device Coming Next Year; Specs and Price Details

By Nens Mitchell , Updated Nov 08, 2016 08:31 AM EST

Expected to come out next year, the HTC 11 is promising to be one of the best and most competitive smartphones of 2017. HTC's flagship phone will go against other premium offerings of Samsung and Apple.

The HTC 11 is thought to come with a 5.5-inch Quad HD display that is expected to be curved like earlier releases from other brands like Samsung. Its main camera will reportedly be at 12MP with optical image stabilization while the secondary shooter is 8MP.

Processor and OS

For its processor, the HTC 11 will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 and boast 6GB of RAM. Its operating system will be the Android 7.1 Nougat which has already rolled out on some Nexus phones. Apart from these, the phone may also feature an aluminum build designed to be waterproof.

Users of HTC devices hope that the upcoming release will have a pretty and slim design unlike the HTC 10 which was bulky. Now, fans of the brand are expecting something more stunning and more beautiful.

Powerful speakers

Those who love listening to music are also requesting for the next flagship to have front-facing speakers which delivers high-resolution sound quality. The HTC 10 was able to bring something close to this but smartphone users are clamoring for a more separated sound. With the HTC 11, they would like to improve their listening experience when playing music and movies.

Release date

The HTC 11 could be released during the same time that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus are unveiled. Samsung could release these two phones during the Mobile World Congress 2017 in February.

This means it will just be a few more months before fans will see the new device which is expected to come with various functions hoped by smartphone users. Are you excited for the release of the HTC 11?

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