HTC U11 EYEs leaks in full, Snapdragon 652 confirmed

HTC U11 EYEs leaks in full, Snapdragon 652 confirmed

An industry insider had revealed in September that HTC would be launching Ocean Master, Ocean Lite and Ocean Harmony smartphones in 2017.

This clearly indicates the upcoming U11 EYEs will sport dual cameras.

Under the hood, the U11 EYEs is said to run on a mid-range Snapdragon 652 Octa-Core processor but there's a possibility that there's a higher-spec variant with a Snapdragon 660 unit.

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There is also a microSD card slot, which enables users to further expand the phone's storage capacity using a microSD card. At the event, the company is expected to launch HTC U11 EYEs mid-range phone, which is codenamed Harmony.

According to Mr. Blass, the U11 EYEs will launch with Android Nougat and support HTC's Edge Sense, a customizeable feature that launches apps and actions when you squeeze the phone's sides.

Thanks to Evan Blass, we also have a good idea of what the HTC U11 EYEs could look like. Despite the 6-inch Super LCD display the front bezels seems to be thinner and the corners are noticeably rounded off.

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For now, the release of the device will be limited to Hong Kong, China, and Taiwan, and there is no news yet if and when it will be coming to other markets. The fingerprint scanner is placed at the back just below the single rear camera setup.

This new smartphone of HTC is having IP67 certification to be water and dust-resistant. The device may be available in red, silver, and black colors.

In the meanwhile, HTC has also shared a "save the date" invite with January 15 as the date. The phone will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor. Rumors have it that it would be equipped with a pair of 5-megapixel dual selfie snappers. Moreover, it is also expected that one more version of the phone will launch along with it.

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