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HTC 11 Might Feature Snapdragon 835, Dual-Rear Camera, Borderless Display [VIDEO]

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Upcoming HTC 11 is rumored to have a Snapdragon 835, dual-rear camera, borderless display, and many more. The mobile device is expected to be launched in March 2017.

HTC 11 rumored specs

HTC's upcoming mobile phone HTC 11 is expected to have upgraded specifications from the current one, which is the HTC 10. According to the official website of Weibo, it will be powered by the recently launched Qualcomm chipset called the Snapdragon 835 and it will be built on a 10nm manufacturing process.

HTC 11 is rumored to have a more powerful Adreno 540 GPU, which is rumored to power most of the mobile phone models next year, including the Samsung Galaxy S8, LG GS, and many more. The upcoming mobile phone will also feature a 5.5-inch QHD display with 1440 x 2560 resolution.

The RAM for the HTC 11 is rumored to be 8GB with 256GB of internal storage capacity. The battery will have a capacity of 3700 mAh, which will be supported by the Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.0 fast charging feature. Qualcomm claims that this will decrease the charging time by 20 percent compared to its previous version.

The rear camera on the HTC 11 is rumored to be 12-megapixel and the front facing camera will be 8-megapixel. It will also have a borderless display and the dual rear camera will have an LED flash.

The front camera will be on the top right of the HTC 11 and on the top center of the phone will be the speakerphone. It will be powered by the Android 7.0 Nougat with the HTC Sense 8.0 UI. It is expected to be priced around $580 or more.

HTC 11 rumored release date

According to Android Pit, there is no specific release date for the HTC 11 to launch, but there are speculations that it will skip the Mobile World Congress event next year. If that is true, it is expected to launch around March 2017 after the MWC event instead.

Check out the HTC 11 Concept video below:

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