May 12, 2017 07:49 AM EDT
HTC U 11 Android Smartphone GFXBench Listing Reveals Full Specs Ahead Of May 16 Launch [VIDEO]
The HTC U 11 Android smartphone has been attracting tech fans and critics alike as the launch date of the device comes near. The latest benchmark leaks of the HTC U 11 somehow confirm previous anticipations of what the tech giant's 2017 flagship would be.
Another leak of the HTC U 11 Android smartphone that's been spotted on GFXBench somehow gives tech enthusiasts a comprehensive list of the device's upcoming specs. The GFXBench listed a 3D Graphics Performance of HTC U-3u, which could be one of the features of the upcoming HTC U 11, GSM Arena reported.
Based on the information about the GFXBench listing, the upcoming HTC U 11 Android smartphone will run an Android 7.1.1 operating system. The HTC U 11 will boast a 5.5-inch touchscreen with a support of at least five finger gestures.
This recent GFXBench listing of the HTC U 11 also confirms the previous anticipated internal setup of the smartphone. The upcoming HTC handset will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor, paired with Andreno 540 GPU. To complement the GPU and mobile processor, the HTC U 11 Android smartphone will come along with a 4GB of RAM. Tech fans can expect the HTC U 11 to have a 64GB of built-in storage.
Nonetheless, although the HTC U 11 smartphone may be available with a smaller display compared to other high-end handsets, but HTC U 11 makes up for it with the connectivity and camera. The HTC U 11 smartphone will boast a 12MP f/1.7 sensor with UltraPixel 3 and a 16MP front snapper, Droidholic reported.
The HTC U 11 Android smartphone will be a dual-SIM device and will support 4G VoLTE and the new Bluetooth 5.0 standard. HTC's upcoming handset is expected to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack, but the device will make up for it with HTC BoomSound speakers, Tech Radar reported.
HTC U 11 Android smartphone is set to launch on May 16. The tech company has yet to announce the price of the HTC U 11 smartphone.
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