Rumors on the HTC 11 are now starting to take a more solid shape. The latest leaks tell us that HTC may be trying to make a mammoth of a smartphone with the HTC 11.
According to the specifications leaked, the HTC 11 is expected to pack a Quad HD 5.5-inch display. And underneath that crisp display, the HTC 11 will be powered by the newly announced Snapdragon 835 with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
The dual camera setup might be making a comeback with the HTC 11 too with the combination of an 8MP and 12MP sensors. Unlike the cameras on the previous flagships, the lens do not bulge out of the body, and rather sit flush to the back of the device.
The three triangular dots on the top bezel of the smartphone may be a new styled earpiece we’re seeing here, with front facing camera lying right to it.
Talking about bezels, the leaked render reveals no bezels on the sides! This isn’t as crazy as the Xiaomi Mi Mix, but you can’t deny the simplistic beauty that is bezel-less flat screen displays. The HTC 11 render doesn’t reveal a home button, which is what we expect too, and would like HTC to adopt Pixel setup with fingerprint scanner on the back.
All of these killer internals are backed up by a massive 3700 mAh battery pack. And the Snapdragon 835 enables the smartphone to support Quick Charge 4.0 which promises 20% faster charge time over QC 3.0.
The HTC 11 may even bring something new to the table, as today’s smartphones have all reached their boiling point in terms of specifications alone. The Snapdragon 835 offers top of the line performance as revealed from Antutu benchmarks. The processor is also expected to feature in many top devices of 2017, such as Xiaomi Mi 6, Oppo Find 9 and the Samsung Galaxy S8.