As latest reports would have it, HTC is currently working on a new flagship codenamed ‘Ocean’ and the smartphone is expected to launch this April.
The smartphone is also rumored to come with ‘Edge Sense’ feature, which basically allows a user to interact with the handset via the frame.
Now, fresh leaks have surfaced online shedding more details about the Edge Sense as well as other features to arrive with the upcoming device.
According to the report, the sensors will be placed closer to the bottom of the smartphone, thereby allowing a user to have access to a variety of features like launching the camera, HTC Sense Companion and many more.
Furthermore, the HTC Ocean device is also said to bring enhanced video and audio recording features such as HDR+, 3D Audio, Smart Video Zoom, and Hi-Res Recording.
The device will also roll out with four microphones for recording audio, with 3D Audio recording set as default. This is mainly to add surround sound to recordings, while the Hi-Res mode is meant to offer lossless sound to recordings. Other key features of the smartphone include, BoomSound and USonic.
As per specs, the HTC Ocean is said to sport a 5.5-inch WQHD display and will likely be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835.
The handset is also expected to roll out with Android’s Nougat v7.1 out-of-box and may be couple with a 3000mAh battery.
The handset will be offered in two variants – 4GB RAM/64GB storage and 6GB RAM/128GB storage. Previous leaks also suggested that the handset will likely bear a 12MP rear, and 16MP front camera.