The annual tech show CES 2018 has come to an end and smartphone makers are concentrating on the launch of their new devices in specific regions. This hasn't officially been confirmed yet, but it's a safe bet given the fact that HTC emphasized the word Eye in its Weibo post.
Thanks to Evan Blass, we also have a good idea of what the HTC U11 EYEs could look like. The U11 EYEs takes most of its design cues from the U11+ than the U11, which should bode well for a lot of HTC fans. When it launches, HTC will make the U11 EYEs available in red, black, and blue. There are minimal borders along the sides, but quite a significant bezel on the top and bottom. A 3930mAh battery will likely provide the juice to sustain your daily activities, while 4GB of RAM will support it.
This new smartphone of HTC is having IP67 certification to be water and dust-resistant.
The invite does not reveal any image of specifications of the upcoming phone but reveals the launch date as January
The HTC U11 EYEs, also known as the HTC Harmony, is the latest mid-range device from the Taiwanese manufacturer, and is set to go on sale in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan on January 17, following the announcement on the 15th. The fingerprint scanner is placed at the back just below the single rear camera setup.
In the meanwhile, HTC has also shared a "save the date" invite with January 15 as the date.
Although @evleaks hasn't mentioned anything about the imaging capabilities of the phone, it is said to be housing a dual selfie camera (12MP + 12MP). The Snapdragon 652 is a mid-range processor, but that should really be a big deal when it comes to day to day use. Another online report suggests that the company is also working on its flagship smartphone called HTC U12 which will be powered by Qualcomm's recently launched Snapdragon 845 processor.
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