HTC is gearing up to announce a new smartphone. In the post, the company has asked HTC fans to save the date for January 15 and has also asked them to keep their "Eye" open. But thanks to famous tipster Evan Blass we know it is the HTC U11 EYEs. The phone was shown in black, silver and red paint jobs.
Although the invite itself does not reveal the device's name or specifications, the accompanying text in Chinese does mention the word 'Eye, ' giving us a hint that the HTC U11 EYEs will be the phone launched at the event.More news: Highest trolley count at Limerick hospital on week of new overcrowding record
Taiwanese manufacturer HTC is getting ready to unveil a new smartphone called U11 Eyes.
Expected to release on 15 January, three days from now, the renders do indeed reveal two front-facing cameras, something we expected when the first leaked last month. On the U11 EYEs, twin 5MP selfie sensors sit to the right of the phone's speaker grill, not far from the wrap-around IP67 water-and dust-resistant aluminum frame and curved glass back cover. Let's get to the other leaked specifications. (Another variant is said to come with a Snapdragon 660.) It's paired with 4GB/6GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage expandable via microSD card, and a 3,930mAh battery that charges via USB-C port.More news: Tottenham make contact over move for Manchester United target Lucas Moura
The images Blass had leaked reveal a dual-selfie-camera setup and an 18:9 aspect ratio display on the phone, which makes it the company's second to come with the trendy feature. However, it's still running the now outdated Android Nougat out of the box instead of the latest Oreo.
Mr. Blass expects the U11 EYEs to retail for 3,299 yen ($510) but didn't have any information to share regarding availability, though earlier reports pegged Hong Kong, China, and Taiwan as launch markets.More news: Colorado Sheriff's Office Says 'Multiple Deputies Down' in Active Incident
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