With 5G being the talk of the town, it didn’t come as a surprise to learn that many Android handset makers would be launching 5G variants of their phones. In fact, dating back to 2018, it was reported that HTC could have such a device in the works. Unfortunately, save for the HTC 5G Hub launched at MWC 2019, the company has yet to make any of their plans official.
However, the good news is that it looks like HTC is still working on the device because according to a sighting on the Bluetooth SIG website, a HTC handset with the model number 2Q6U10000 has been spotted. How do we know that this is the 5G model? Earlier, leakster Evan Blass had tweeted that HTC had a 5G smartphone in the works with the model number 2Q6U, so the appearance on the Bluetooth SIG suggests that the phone is still alive and in development.
Not much is known about the handset, except to say that it will be a 5G smartphone, but whether it will be known as the HTC U13 or if it could be part of a completely new lineup remains to be seen. We have also previously heard that the phone could be launching in the second half of 2019, so if you are looking forward to it, then you might have to wait a while.