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Discover all the phones that will launch HTC in the remainder of 2017!

The coming months are expected to be very interesting in the mobile telephony sector. And, many companies will present their new flagships, such as Huawei to kill 10 or Google with Pixel 2. A few days ago we told you the 5 new Google Pixel 2 that everyone wants to have.

Things right now are not being easy for HTC. The economic instability and the fall in sales that has been suffering for months, has lost  2,000 engineers. Google has bought part of the company and that has made all these engineers have had to move, but not of their own volition. However, HTC has not yet sold its smartphone brand to Google; therefore, will continue to manufacture and sell devices.

HTC U 11 Black

When will it arrive and what will be the HTC 11 Plus?

A leak in the last hours indicates that HTC will launch a pair of smartphones before the end of this year 2017. One of them is expected to be the HTC 11 Plus, which is expected to go on sale on November 11, although there is nothing confirmed. The HTC 11 Plus would be an improved version of the HTC 11, which was launched in May of this same year.

In addition to the release date, the leak has also given some details about the technical features of the phone. The HTC 11 Plus will have a 5.6-inch Quad HD display and will mount the Snapdragon 835 processor. Of course, so far no information has been given on RAM, it is speculated that the storage will be 64 or 128 GB.

The rear camera will have 12 megapixel resolution and the front, 8 megapixel. Some users point to the possibility of arriving with double rear camera, but is an unlikely option.

And there’s still more!

Although HTC is going through a difficult time, it seems that the Taiwanese company plans to launch a large number of phones in the coming months of 2017; for now, the models that are handled are the  Ocean Lite, Ocean Harmony and HTC U11 Life, although it is not ruled out that there are any more. Perhaps HTC has decided to get down to work and launch devices for all users with the aim of regaining market share.

Source | Gizmochina

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