HTC unveiled its mid-range smartphone HTC U11 EYEs. This smartphone is mainly focusing on the selfie photography. The dual 5MP front camera sensors are the main highlight of this upcoming device. The dual front camera is capable of portrait mode selfies with adjustable bokeh effect. It even features a beauty mode that promises to deliver spectacular selfies.
Apart from the better selfie photography, the dual camera holds Face Unlock mechanism. The sensors have the ability to scan the image. The face unlock feature of the HTC device can recognize if you are wearing any sort of mask or sunglasses. The rear camera features a 12MP shooter and uses Ultrapixel technology. Beneath the camera setup, there includes a fingerprint sensor that unlocks the smartphone and even authorizes payment. The rear camera is further given optical image stabilization along with the UltraSpeed autofocus capability.
The 3930 mAh battery fuels the HTC device and supports Quick Charge 3.0. This is the largest battery in the family of HTC smartphones. Furthermore, the U11 EYEs can feature 6-inches display screen and Snapdragon 652 processor. The LCD display offers 2160 X 1080 pixel resolution.
The processor is accompanied by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The HTC edge sense feature allows you to squeeze in the abilities to launch certain features. The HTC U11 EYEs holds the similar glossy design as HTC U11 Plus and it is even IP67 certified. Thus, making it water and dust resistant. The upcoming device houses mono speaker rather than Stereo.
Talking about the software, HTC U11 EYEs is likely to run on Android Oreo. Moreover, the device may not have a 3.5mm headphone jack. So, there is no other option than the wireless audio mechanism. The U11 EYEs may be available in three different attractive shades: Red, Silver and Black.
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