HTC 11 Release Date, Specs, Features, News & Update: Company No Longer Producing Smartphones? Flagship Better Than iPhone 7, Samsung Note 7?

By Ivan M. , Updated Nov 30, 2016 10:42 AM EST

HTC 11 has been a subject of numerous rumors and speculations all over the Internet for a few months now, and fans could no longer wait to know more about its development and release date. Although fans have been waiting for the Taiwanese tech giant to provide the official details of the new handset, industry observers are more interested about the recent report that the company will soon sell its smartphone division.

According to the report, HTC 11 will be the last smartphone from the company as it has already decided to stop producing handsets due to major drop in sales in the last couple of years. However, the company has already denied the rumors and stated that HTC 11 will be its answer to Apple's new iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7. Nonetheless, HTC fans are worried that the company might no longer build high-end smartphones and focus more on the other divisions in the tech industry.

There are reports suggesting that HTC 11 will be released in 2017 with impressive specs and features. Its advanced specs under the hood will be headed by Snapdragon 835 chipset from Qualcomm paired with 8GB RAM. The device will also carry an amazing 2K Curved OLED Display that is expected to become one of the highlights of the upcoming smartphone.

In a report by PhoneArena, HTC 11 is expected to sport a 12 MP primary camera paired with an 8MP front-facing snapper. The device will also carry a 4000 mAh battery, which is going to provide more hours of usage.

As of the moment, HTC has yet to provide solid information about the HTC 11; however, fans are pretty positive that it is only a matter of time before the company decides to release an official statement. Nonetheless, all rumors and speculations must be taken with a grain of salt until the tech giant releases an official statement.

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