HTC 11 Release Date, News & Update: Everything You Need To Know About HTC's Next Flagship Smartphone

By Christopher John Alerta , Updated Dec 14, 2016 01:45 PM EST
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While HTC 10 is still reaping the glory it has really deserved with its game-changing features and specifications, its consumers might have been thinking that the Taiwanese tech player is en route to adding more variants that can be associated to its current flagship smartphone. This is very much akin to what Samsung Electronics and Xiaomi Inc have been doing to capitalize on their strongest entries. But if there is one thing that HTC is known for, it is the fact that it just doesn't slow down; it just keeps on producing further milestones with its commercial smartphones — folks behold the forthcoming HTC 11.

HTC will not only release one but three variants under the "HTC 11" roster. According to Android Headlines, HTC 11, which is currently codenamed "Ocean," will come with three models — HTC Ocean Smart, HTC Ocean Master, and HTC Ocean Note -- the last of which is deemed to be the largest one given the "Note" moniker. As such, each of these will be marketed with distinct differences in regards to its pricing and features.

Recently, a purported image of HTC Ocean Note has been leaked. And despite its lack of confirmed specifications that could be gleaned from the image, this HTC 11 variant will most likely sport the design that was introduced in its predecessor, HTC 10, whose aesthetics have been patterned from the original HTC One which was released in 2013. Further, the HTC Ocean Note is closely resembling that of the firm's HTC One M9. Both are having a square-shaped rear-facing snapper, which is also adorned with two antenna bands which are situated right at the top and bottom of its back panel.

Digital Trends,on the other hand, has shared that HTC 11 will be coming with a 12-megapixel rear camera and will be supported by an 8MP front-facing selfie snapper. Meanwhile, an edge-to-edge display is likewise to be expected, along with a 5.5-inch Quad HD resolution — a slightly considerable bump from that of HTC 10. The forthcoming device may also come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, the new Quick Charge 4.0, a 3,700mAh battery, a hefty 8GB RAM and a 256GB native storage.

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