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Is the upcoming HTC U11 EYEs, aka Harmony or Ocean Harmony, set to bring back the company's dual camera technology? Perhaps.
A super-high-res 6-inch screen with a 2:1 aspect ratio and Android 8.0 Oreo will probably headline the list of HTC U11 Plus features.
HTC is not done unveiling own-brand smartphones this year, with a U11 Plus and U11 Life feeling like strong candidates for a November 2 Taipei event.
Forget about the HTC U11 Life or whatever it'll be, there may be three more phones scheduled for launch by the end of 2017.
A 5.2-inch derivation of the critically acclaimed HTC U11 could be right around the corner, with Edge Sense functionality and a Full HD screen.
Formerly known as Ocean, the HTC U11 is right around the corner, "squeezable" Edge Sense technology and all, and this is how it looks in snazzy red.
HTC Canada wants us to know that the company is ready to come out of its bearish phase and roar like a lion with its upcoming flagship.
There are very few surprises to note among the near-full specs of the HTC U11, aka Ocean, with everything but the kitchen sink predictably in tow.
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.
While it doesn't reveal much about the actual HTC U 11 specs, the latest May 16 promo video is casual, fun and insistent about squeezy features.
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.
Holding the Galaxy S8 presents one of the most quizzical axioms that we've had to confront at Pocketnow. We dig into some controversy with our podcast.
The non-Ultra HTC U, aka Ocean smartphone, is apparently less than a month away, complete with a "squeezable" Edge Sense frame.
Evan Blass has put out some real pictures of the flipsides, but no side-sides of the HTC U. And those sides are the most important ones we want to see!
Its codename is "Ocean" and the ocean of rumors is very much thick and frothing with details, speculation and revelations on how Edge Sense will work.
The upcoming flagship phone formerly known as Ocean and now expected to be called HTC U almost certainly packs an SD835 SoC and 3000mAh battery.
Codenamed Ocean, possibly the most innovative smartphone of 2017 is reportedly breaking cover in April as the HTC U, Snapdragon 835 power and all.
Rumors of HTC's masthead phone for 2017 adopting a new user interface paradigm have bubbled up to the surface in a software diagnostics leak.
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.
What we have thought to be the "master" version of the HTC Ocean series (at least in codename terms) just doesn't exist, according to one source.
Plus, Huawei puts out the fuel for MWC as it's rumored to dig deep into the past for a new release. That and a prepaid carrier discussion on our podcast!
@evleaks is back at it again with a preview of an upcoming device with a promising new UI and a VR-purposed phone? Is it a red herring?
Steve Hemmerstoffer is reporting the market name for what may be HTC's snazziest concept device yet from an "unverified source."