HTC 11 Specs: Likely to Become Phone of the Year in 2017 – Check Impressive Features and Specifications Here! [VIDEO]By Shunie Pearl Dela Cruz
The most anticipated successor of HTC 10 is rumored to be launched in 2017. HTC 11 is said to have impressive features and specs that will make the smartphone become the "Phone of the Year". Check details of the phone here!
HTC 11 Specs and Features
All new powerhouse specs and features as well as new design are expected from the upcoming handset of Chinese manufacturing firm HTC 11. According to Trusted Reviews, there are some significant changes in hardware and software for the newest smartphone flagship that will likely make the phone win the title as "Phone of the Year".
Having said that, leaks suggest that HTC 11 will sport a 5.5-inch screen with QHD display resolution. The phone is also said to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 mobile processor, Adreno 540 GPU, with 3700 mAh battery, with a memory capacity of 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal and on-board storage.
Furthermore, HTC 11 is also said to have the fast charging feature through Quick Charge 4.0 with 20% faster than the previous Quick Charge 3.0. The phone camera will sport a 12MP dual primary camera and an 8MP selfie camera and video chats.
In addition, HTC 11 is expected to run the latest Android 7.0 Nougat alongside HTC Sense 8 UI. On the other hand, according to Phone Arena, when it comes to design, HTC 11 is rumored to have a borderless screen following the trend set by Samsung on their curved and bezel-less 2016 premium handset Galaxy S7.
Lastly, a certain HTC 11 variant called HTC Ocean is said to feature the so-called "Sense Touch" which allowed the users to perform tasks through tapping the edge or swiping.
HTC 11 Price and Release Date Revealed
Having mentioned the impressive specs and features above, HTC 11 is rumored to have a price tag that starts at $691. The phone is said to be launched in February 2017 during the Mobile World Congress, following the trend of HTC when launching their newest phones annually.