If the rumors are to be believed, HTC 11 is expected to ship with a powerful Snapdragon 835 processor and 8GB RAM. To add more fun, the rumored HTC 11 will integrate 256GB of internal storage. If the next HTC flagship really comes with 8GB RAM, then it will be the first phone to ship with such huge RAM. To recall, the upcoming Microsoft Surface Phone is also expected to ship with 8GB RAM.

Recently, Weibo published alleged renders of HTC 11, which showcases the fact that the phone ships with a metal unibody design. Upon inspection of the image, we can infer that the handset will most likely flaunt a bezel-less display.

HTC 11 specifications

On the specifications front, the HTC 11 will feature a 5.5-inch display with a dual-camera setup. You can expect dual 12MP sensor cameras. Talking about the selfie camera, the HTC 11 will ship with an 8MP sensor with dual LED flash.

HTC 11 will feature 3700mAh battery

With more apps landing on Google Play Store every day, it has become imperative for the smartphone manufacturers to ship a smartphone with a 3000mAh battery and above. However, the forthcoming HTC phone will ship with an enhanced 3700mAh battery with support for Quick Charge 4.0 technology.

The handset will be loaded with Android 7.0 Nougat with HTC Sense 8 interface. Moreover, you will be eligible to get guaranteed update to Android 7.1 Nougat. Hence, you will be able to experience the latest features of the Android platform. As with other HTC handsets, you can expect powerful audio with the upcoming HTC phone.

According to reports, the 11th edition of the next HTC outing will be priced at $690, which equates to Rs. 46000. The specifications and rumors are not yet officially confirmed by the company. Hence, you should accept the facts with a pinch of salt before any further leak of HTC 11 emerges.

Ever since HTC 10 was launched, there have been talks on the rumor mills about the upcoming HTC phone. We saw few reports that the next HTC could be a big powerhouse smartphone when compared to HTC 10. We will continue to monitor the developments and update you. Stay tuned with PC Tablet.