HTC U11 Plus Details Leaked

Steve Phelps
September 23, 2017

Frandroid also revealed a full specification list of the HTC U11, which suggests the phone may sport a 5.99-inch 18:9 display supplied by JDI (Japan Design Incorporated). The device in question is said to be codenamed "Ocean Master" and be the first relatively bezel-less mobile offering from the Taiwanese original equipment manufacturer which will supposedly launch it in China this November before bringing it to other markets, industry sources claim. The bezels are a little dated at this point in the year but no one is flawless. Well, HTC is working on fixing that with the U11 Plus. The Ocean turned out to be the HTC U11, the Ocean Note became the HTC U Ultra and the Ocean Smart just didn't become a real product, as pointed out by the XDA Developers site. But not all Android OEMs have joined the party - phone makers like Motorola, Nokia, Sony, and HTC made a decision to stick with the classic phone design this year and so launched models with visible bezels and standard 16:9 ratio. HTC is still working on new smartphones, despite the confusing Google buyout of some employees from its hardware department.

Some information coming from France hints at the coming of HTC U11 Plus. And the first one to make the plunge seems to be HTC. The screen resolution is expected to be 1440×2880. So in some regions, it will come up with 4GB RAM/64GB UFS 2.1 storage variant, while in others it will be equipped with 6GB RAM/128GB UFS 2.1 storage variant.

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The HTC U11 Plus will also feature the Edge Sense technology with which you can interact with the smartphone by squeezing it. On the front, the phone is expected to include an 8-megapixel selfie shooter. Whereas the recently released flagship was IP67-certified for resistance to dust particles and water, the HTC U11 Plus will supposedly boast IP68 certification, meaning it will be capable of surviving being submerged up to 1.5m in water for a maximum of 30 minutes, according to latest rumors.

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