However, leaving apart the excitement of the Samsung's Galaxy S8 and others, HTC is yet another company, which is becoming the talk of the town. And it is regarding nothing else but it's leaked information about it's upcoming flagship smartphone, the "HTC 11".
Though speculations and assumptions regarding the specs of the device have already emerged online in the recent past but now some more information have stemmed out from China's Weibo.
According to the user's post on Weibo, the HTC 11 is going to be a monster device capable of beating devices by Apple, Samsung, and others. HTC 11, which is slated to be launched sometime around mid-2017, is supposedly going to be one of the toughest competitors of Galaxy S8 by Samsung.
The Weibo user says that the device is pegged to have a 5.5-inch display giving an output of 1440 x 2560pixels resolution. Moreover, the image that comes along with other details of the phone suggests that the HTC 11 might have a border-less display.
Talking about the processor, Qualcomm's recently launched Snapdragon 835, which comes with an octa-core CPU and the Adreno 540 GPU is said to power the device.However, HTC 11 is not just the only device that will be launched next year. There are many smartphones which are touted to use the same processor.
Yet another tip by the Weibo user is the RAM size, which is a whopping 8GB. That leaves no room for doubt among smartphone multi-taskers.
Also a 256GB of native storage makes the device desirable. In terms of camera, yet again, the a dual-camera setup with 12MP is bound to feature in this phone on the rear side and an 8MP front-facing shooter which you can definitely trust on can be expected at the front.
Battery-wise, HTC is not quite popular but with this flagship device, according to the Weibo user's post, fans might get a chance to be happy as it would feature 3700mAh battery. Android 7.0 is pre-installed along with HTC's Sense 8 UI is also expected to come along with it.
The phone is expected to be launched sometime in 2017, priced in the U.K. at the equivalent of $691 USD.
However, the authenticity of the information is not verified by anyone yet, thus it is suggested to take with a pinch of salt.