HTC is all set to roll out a brand new U-series mobile phone on November 2, 2017. The device is supposedly a larger variant of the HTC’S most recent flagship mobile called the U11. The brand new device will be called the HTC U11 Plus. The tech giant just recently declared via Twitter that the cell phone will have an almost bezel-less display. Plus, few suggestions from here and there also point out that the phone could be available in Translucent, Silver, Black color variations.
The previous rumors also suggested that the U11 Plus will be costlier than its predecessor U11. The device was also spotted at Geekbench the previous month. Furthermore, the benchmark listings also disclosed that the device would come equipped with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835. Rumors also suggest that just like the HTC U11, the firm may also possibly unveil two different variants of the U11 Plus based on RAM. One would come with 4GB RAM, and the other would come with 8GB.
HTC U11 Plus
The phone may also flaunt stereo speakers. As per the leaks and rumors, the U11 Plus may come with 64GB or 128GB of internal storage, which would, of course, be further expanded via a mirco SD card. The phone will sport a 6-inch display, along with a similar HTC U11-like liquid surface design. The U11 will have a comparatively a smaller display size of 5.5-inch.
Just as its predecessor, the U11 Plus may also be launched with HTC’s Edge Sense feature. This feature is similar to the U11, which makes it the first ever squeezable mobile phone. The Edge Sense actually lets you enable certain activities in your mobile by simply squeezing the edge of the phone.
Additionally, the U11 Plus may come accompanied with Google’s latest Android 8.0 Oreo, along with HTC’s UI on top. And just like in U11, the phone may come with both Alexa and Google Assistant support.