HTC 11 Release Date, Specs, News & Updates: 'Sense Touch' With 8GB RAM & Latest Snapdragon Processor OnBoard? More Power Features Revealed!
HTC is expected to reveal its latest flagship phone in the first quarter of 2017, according to reports. The HTC 11 will allegedly sport the "Sense Touch," a new concept by HTC.
HTC, a Taiwan-based telecommunications company, is set to release its new flagship in 2017. No exact date have been announced yet but based on previous models, HTC had scheduled the release in the first quarter of the year with February, as the earliest and April as the latest, as with HTC 10. The next flagship of HTC is said to bring a couple of power features with it.
The new flagship is expected to have a fast-charging 3,700 mAh battery. This is an improvement from the previous HTC 10 model with only 3,000 mAh battery capacity. As for the screen, the size will slightly be more with a 5.5-inch but the display would remain on the 1440x2560 pixels range. The back camera is said to support a 12mp camera while the front camera is going to be 8MP. Not much on the cameras here since other brands are offering cameras with almost twice the megapixels HTC has.
HTC 11 will allegedly use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Processor. It is made on a 10nm manufacturing process. This makes the SD 835 more power efficient by up to 40 per cent on previous models. The quick charge 4.0 technology also decreases charging time by up to 20%. As for the software, many predictions are made that HTC 11 will have the latest Android 7.0 Nougat. A lot of bets are also placed on either a 6GB RAM or an 8 GB RAM.
The key feature of HTC 11 that many loyal users are excited about, according to sources, is the so-called "Sense Touch." This is a concept leaked by an HTC designer. This feature would allow the user to do some functions such as accessing some apps or adjusting the volume by tapping the edge of the phone. It is supposedly developed for HTC Ocean but many are optimistic that this will also be on the HTC 11. The HTC 11 phone is said to be priced between $400 to $500.