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HTC U11 Plus will have a 5.99-inch screen with 18: 9 aspect ratio

HTC U11 Plus screen filtered

The Taiwanese company HTC, left several atonic with the news that part of its industry would be sold to Google, because it was not known if with this acquisition the firm would have the same protagonism to launch devices autonomously. However, this company has clarified the doubts and today has surprised us with some leaks of its next creation: the HTC U11 Plus.

This terminal will be the latest bet by Asians to seek to raise their sales in the mobile market, and they have been careful to produce a great equipment that, among other things, will include a panel of 5.99 inches with resolution 2880 x 1440 pixels made by the large Japan Display (JDI). In addition, it has been revealed that it will include an 18: 9 aspect ratio, similar to Galaxy S8 and LG G6.

Other filtered specifications of the HTC U11 Plus

The news on this terminal does not end here, as it has been known to also have a RAM of between 4 and 6 GB, storage 64 and 128 GB (depending on the region) and a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. Likewise, there is talk of a photographic section conformed by 12 MP in its rear part and 8 MP for its front part. In addition, it will add water resistance IP68, Quick Charge 3.0, Edge Sense, USB C and U-Sonic headset capability.

As for its departure and official price, David Chen, chief operating officer of the company, has confirmed that the HTC U11 Plus will be launched on November 11 at an event where other products will also be introduced. According to what is known through the source, there is talk of a lower base price than the HTC U11 would have, which stood at $899.99, about 760 euros at the current exchange rate.

It’s still a little over a month to see the release of this mobile device. During these weeks, we hope to know more details of the design and the internal part of the equipment, because it is not known if it will add other important characteristics that are usually seen in high end equipment. What we do know is that you should have fingerprint reader unless you also offer very advanced facial recognition software. It is not the first time you hear about this phone and it will not be the last.

How do you see this HTC bet for the mobile market? We look forward to seeing you on all our social networks.

Source | FrAndroid 

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