HTC 11, much awaited flagship phone from the Taiwanese tech giant, is expected to launch in early next year. The device is already marked the attention of smartphone lovers around the world, because of rumored features, specifications and design. Some technologists believe that this will be last phone from HTC and the company will sell their smartphone division soon.
HTC is the favorite brand for high-end smartphone users. However, they face the tough challenge from Chinese companies in the last couple of years. Now Taiwan based company found it difficult to move ahead because of major sales drop in last year.
Naturally, HTC 11 will be far better than its predecessor and HTC Bolt, launched for customers in the US. The new model is expected to sport Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processor for smooth, faster experience.
According to PhoneArena, HTC 11 will have 5.5″ IPS LCD display with 2560 x 1440 resolution, 12 MP rear camera and 8 MP camera on front side. Latest reports say that rear camera will come with UltraPixel technology, we already saw in HTC 10.
It may come with 6 GB of RAM, with 32/64/256 GB internal storage variants which can be upgraded up to 2 TB by using a memory card.
HTC 10 came with 3000 mAh battery, so we can expect a bigger battery in the upcoming version. The device will feature Android Nougat OS with fast battery charging and access to exclusive apps like Boost+, BlinkFeed etc.
HTC 11 will be priced around $700 in the US.