As latest would have it the HTC 11 is likely to come with a weird screen and bundles of power. Even so, some fresh rumours are claiming that HTC won’t be launching at Mobile World Congress due later this month.
Just a few weeks ago, HTC reportedly claimed that the company is working towards revealing its next flagship, but didn’t say exactly when it will do so. As far as we know, the HTC 11 device may launch under a different name, as the company hasn’t given a word of confirmation.
According to one report, it was discovered that HTC’s President of Smartphone and Connected Devices Business, Chialin Chang, affirmed there won’t be any a smartphone called the HTC 11, but wouldn’t further say what it will actually be called.
In line with specs, HTC is rumoured to roll out its next flagship with metal considering the fact that the company has stuck with the metal body on its main flagship line over the past years.
According to another rumor, the said HTC 11 will likely come with a 5.5-inch 1440 x 2560 display compared to the 5.2-inch screen that came with HTC 10 device. So we can agree that the HTC 11 will likely be a bigger phone.
According to another report, HTC tipped that the company hinted would be making the use of the Snapdragon 835 in its upcoming flagship. The handset is also expected to run the latest version of Android Nougat and HTC’s own overlay on top.
In line with optics, the device will reportedly sport a 12MP rear camera – which is the same as the HTC 10, but we can assume it will be improved in some ways.