HTC U11 Plus concept video shows realistic yet stunning design

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HTC is expected to launch a new flagship smartphone called U11 Plus on November 11. A recent report had also revealed some of its key specs.

HTC U11 Plus concept video shows realistic yet stunning design

Now, Waqar Khan, a well-known concept designer has released a concept video of the HTC U11 Plus. In the YouTube video, the smartphone is shown featuring a full-screen design and the voice over says it is the first HTC device to do so. There are no side bezels, while the top and bottom bezels are extremely thin. We can see the selfie camera and the earpiece on the top bezel. The bottom bezel is empty.

Coming to the rear panel, the concept model of the HTC U11 Plus flaunts a single camera lens with LED flash and a fingerprint scanner below it. The backside of the phone is covered by a glass panel that seems to be curved at all the four edges.

Although it is just a concept model, we wouldn't be disappointed if the actual HTC U11 Plus turns out to feature a similar look. Talking about the specs, the smartphone is rumored 5.99-inch display with the aspect ratio of 18:9.

As for innards, the U11 Plus is said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. It is likely to be launched in two variants: one with 4GB RAM and 64GB of UFS 2.1 storage and the other with 6GB RAM and 128GB of UFS 2.1 storage.

The device is believed to feature a 12MP main camera similar to the one on the HTC U11 and an 8MP selfie camera. The battery capacity is not known for now but it said to support the Quick Charge 3.0 fast charging technology.

In addition, just like its predecessor, the HTC U11 Plus is also said to ship with the Edge Sense feature.

Other than that, the Taiwanese company is also believed to launch two more smartphones in the coming months

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