HTC has sent invitations for an event to the local media houses of Taiwan. The event is said to be held on November 2 and most likely the multinational company will announce the successors of HTC U11. The invites which were sent had a large “U” at the top which denotes that HTC may present the next in series of HTC U11.
In the last few weeks, we have seen many leaks and rumors which indicate that two smartphones can come up. One will belong to the mid-range series for the Android One, Google’s program. And another one will be a flagship device. Till now it is not clear whether HTC will unveil both the handsets or only one.
The successors of HTC U11 could be dubbed as HTC U11 Life and HTC U11 Plus. The HTC U11 Life will sport a 5.2-inch display with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 Processor and will root a 16MP snapper both in front as well as back.
The HTC U11 Life will be available in two variants- 3GB RAM with 32GB of internal storage capacity and the larger one will offer a 64GB internal storage with a 4GB RAM. Some leaked photos of the device indicate that it will look similar to U11 with a glossy blue back.
The HTC U11 Plus will hold a massive display of 6inches with a resolution of 2880 x 1440 resolution and will perform on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. The smartphone will be IP68 certified which makes it water and dust resistant.
It is expected that the back camera will sport a 12MP shooter while no info has been received about the front-facing camera. Even the HTC U11 Plus will come in two storage variants- 64GB internal space with 4GB RAM and the greater one will run on a whopping 6GB RAM with 128GB of internal storage.
According to some sources, the latest upcoming devices will be first launched in US and Europe where they will face some intense competition. No official confirmation has been yet received.
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