HTC recently announced the U Ultra flagship last month and the maker of one of the top rated Android mobiles from China is expected to launch its second flagship, the HTC 11 very soon. As for the later flagship, unverified specifications of it are going places on the Chinese microblogging platform, Weibo. The alleged HTC 11 phone appeared on Weibo bearing the processor of the year, Qualcomm MSM8998Pro, aka Snapdragon 835.
HTC 11 appears on the leaked render running Snapdragon 835 with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. It has the Android 7.1.2 version of the operating system with HTC Sense 9.0 user interface on top. The suspicious feature displayed on the leaked document is the screen resolution of the handset. It measures 1556 x 1550 pixels, by default, a QHD screen has a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels. Might there be a curved edition of the HTC 11?
Except what this unverified render that claims of displaying specifications of the HTC 11, everything else surrounding the phone is a mystery. Weeks ago, The Indian Express declared that HTC will not be releasing the Snapdragon 835-powered flagship at MWC event. That’s mainly because HTC’s president Chialin Chang believed that the Snapdragon 835 would not be ready for any device to have it at the time MWC will be held. However, there will be phones with Snapdragon 835 that will debut at MWC. The two most popular ones are the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the LG G6.
As the situation from weeks ago until now changed and is now verified that flagship phones with Qualcomm’s latest processor will be present at MWC event. HTC may try to take its spot and release a Snapdragon 835-powered flagship of its own. This flagship can be none else but the HTC 11.