HTC U11 EYEs leaks in full, Snapdragon 652 confirmed

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In the meanwhile, HTC has also shared a "save the date" invite with January 15 as the date. And in that direction, the HTC U11 EYEs is. New rumors suggest that HTC is all set to launch yet another mid-range phone in the form of U11 EYEs. The device is expected to come in Silver, Black and Red colour options.

In an interview with Engadget last year, HTC President Chialin Chang had also said "We'll definitely be releasing a dual-camera phone next year, but we'll need to figure out how to make this feature stand out".

It looks like we have some details on a new smartphone from HTC, the HTC U11 EYEa, the handset will apparently come with dual Selfie cameras. Its owners will be able to enjoy music on it by connecting headphones to its USB-C port.

Other specs include 64 GB of expandable storage, an IP67 rating for protection against water, and Edge Sense that lets you open an app of choice by squeezing the device. It will be offering an aspect ratio of 18:9 and Full HD+ resolution of 2,160 x 1,080 pixels. The device will reportedly come with 64GB internal storage which can be expanded further by adding a microSD card. The device is expected to be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor paired with 4GB of RAM.

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In terms of camera, it is rumoured to feature a dual-camera setup at the front (as we can see from the leaked image) which is said to be a 5MP+5MP combination and a single 12MP main shooter at the back.

Sadly, despite it being 2018, the U11 EYEs will be launched running Android Nougat rather than Android Oreo.

Mr. Blass expects the U11 EYEs to retail for 3,299 yen ($510) but didn't have any information to share regarding availability, though earlier reports pegged Hong Kong, China, and Taiwan as launch markets.

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