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The HTC U is coming after the LG G6 and the Samsung Galaxy S8 launches. Is that a winning strategy, or another mistake on HTC's part?
If you can call the HTC U11 the "HTC CBP," you might just think it will take the Snapdragon 835 and run with it. And in fact, that's the case here.
The "U" part of things brings the device close to the new HTC of this year while the "11" acknowledges the big phones scattered through its history.
The next true HTC flagship will be a while yet, it seems, and with conditions surrounding the current Qualcomm powerhouse chipset, we'll have to be patient.
Is there an HTC 11 to even talk about? And given the diminished role of the "One" branding in HTC's mobile lineup, would it have top-end specs?
The One series gets pushed aside as the new U line takes shape, but it's supposedly definitely still alive. HTC just won't afford much oxygen to it.
HTC's first big 2017 smartphone release could take place as early as January 12, with a high-quality camera-sporting Ocean Note expected out.
HTC isn’t saying much about its “big” product slated for a post-CES January 12 launch, but our gut (and logic) tells us to expect a second-gen UA HealthBox.
The OEM is clawing its way back to proper repute, but a bold smartphone release could help. Perhaps this is where the "Ocean" floats the boat.