It has almost half a year since the Taiwanese electronics giant HTC had launched its flagship smartphone HTC U11 globally. The smartphone was said to be upgraded shortly via some rumors, but it was unconfirmed. Since the HTC has already confirmed about a new flagship smartphone which they ought to launch in the market soon, the existence f the alleged HTC U11 Plus is already confirmed. Now, the device has just appeared on “China’s FCC” TENAA, where they regulate the network and communication radio capabilities.
According to the specs listed in the TENAA, HTC U11, as expected, is just an upgraded version of HTC U11 with some little tweaks upon the hardware. the smartphone comes with an 18:9 display, which is being much ubiquitous among midrange to flagship smartphones in the market (thanks to LG and Samsung). There is no clear mention about the display size, it must be around 5.99-inches, as per the market trend. The device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, coupling RAM onboard, sized at 4GB or 6GB. The smartphone has only a single camera on the rear but is expected to make the clearer output like its predecessor.
From the appearance the HTC had moved the fingerprint scanner to the rear panel, to cover the display with narrow bezels. The device has a metal frame around, with the glass back panel which seems glowy. Also, HTC U11 Plus has confirmed to launch on November 2nd.