Rumor: HTC U11 Plus coming soon, near-bezel-less screen included

Rumor: HTC U11 Plus coming soon, near-bezel-less screen included

Basically, the Cupertino major is buying HTC employees to manufacturer better Pixel phones. According to French website Frandroid (usually a reliable source), HTC plans to announce a high-end smartphone in November. Well, HTC is working on fixing that with the U11 Plus. And HTC will continue to work on new smartphones reportedly.

Although HTC now belongs to Google, or at least the HTC R&D team does, the Taiwanese phone giant still seems to be in the game.

This will supposedly be one of the three devices that will be announced by the end of the year. The Ocean turned out to be the HTC U11, the Ocean Note became the HTC U Ultra and the Ocean Smart just didn't become a real product, as pointed out by the XDA Developers site.

The HTC U11 is no doubt one of the most impressive flagship smartphones released this year. There are not much known about the phone as of now. The Ocean Master is now believed to be the next HTC flagship smartphone and it could end up being called the HTC U11 Plus. The new phone is said to have a 6-inch screen as well as an aspect ratio of 18:9, in line with most comparable releases. It will be powered by the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core processor, paired with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM.

At the rear, HTC U11 Plus will feature the same 12MP primary camera as the U11, now ranked as the No.1 mobile camera by DxOMark Mobile. However, a different rumor presents information related to the hardware side of things in the U11 Plus and if they turn out to be true, the phone will be a beast. For the front, there will be an 8-megapixel shooter for selfies and video calling. It will have IP68 certification for water and dust resistance, a squeezable frame that will enable the Edge Sense feature, and has support for Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0. The HTC U11 Plus is supposed to be a slightly more upgraded version of that device and may arrive with top-notch specs and features.

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