There aren’t a lot of details that have been officially revealed about HTC’s upcoming smartphone. From what we’ve seen about this device so far, it’s going to be called the HTC U 11 and it’s going to have flagship-level specifications. The official announcement is going to be made on May 16th and the latest report suggests that the HTC U 11 sales may begin soon after that.


The report claims that HTC isn’t going to make potential customers wait to get their hands on its latest flagship smartphone. It says that the company is going to release the HTC U 11 on May 19th, at least in its home country of Taiwan.

It’s likely that HTC may only start pre-sales of the handset on May 19th instead of actually making the handset available through retail stores across Taiwan. The source further adds that the HTC U 11 release for other markets, including the United States, will take place in June.

HTC hasn’t teased much about this device except that it’s going to have something called “360 real-live recording.” Reports suggest that the handset is going to have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.

It may also feature a 5.5 inch Quad HD resolution display panel. Additional specs are likely to include a 12 megapixel rear and 16 megapixel front camera, Android 7.1.1 Nougat, IP57 water resistance, fingerprint reader, HTC BoomSound, QuickCharge 3.0, and more.

The price in Taiwan is expected to be $659

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