The HTC 11 could feature a Snapdragon 835 SoC with 6GB RAM, suggests leak

Apart from Samsung and LG, Taiwan based smartphone maker HTC is expected to announce its new flagship smartphone this year to replace the HTC 10.

A new leak which includes an alleged screenshot from the upcoming HTC 11 smartphone suggests that the new flagship will be a truly high-end smartphone. According to the image, the smartphone will features an MSM8998Pro chipset which is the Snapdragon 835, which is also rumoured to feature on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and possibly the LG G6.

Other features revealed from the leak include 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage and a 1556 x 2550 pixel display resolution, which sounds odd. The software is marked as Android Nougat 7.12 along with HTC Sense version 9.0, both of which sound made up as the new beta update is Android 7.1.2 while HTC usually doesn’t mention Sense version on its phones.

The company recently announced two new smartphones last month, the HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play featuring Sense Companion AI which, unlike Google Assistant and Siri, learns your habits and tunes the phone’s behaviour.

A bunch of HTC concepts have turned up in the past, for instance, the HTC Ocean featuring touch sensitive edges to replace buttons. There was also a promotional video showing an HTC Vive branded smartphone.

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