HTC 11 Alleged Screenshots Show Huge Upgrades in the RAM and Storage Sections


HTC finally put an end to the rumor that kept on prattling that the U Ultra was going to be the company’s only flagship of 2017. The manufacturer has said that it is working on releasing a high-end offering during the later months of this year, which we’re assuming is going to be called HTC 11. According to the latest specifications leak courtesy of screenshots, we’re looking at what appears to be the hardware present in the upcoming device.

Dubious Screenshots of the HTC 11 Show 6GB of RAM Coupled With 128GB of Native Storage

Diverting your attention to the screenshots below, you can see that the alleged specifications of HTC 11 listed on the screenshots show 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. This is more than enough for the users’ requirements but because more RAM will mean less battery life for that user, we’re counting on HTC to incorporate a large battery capacity, assuming these specs turn out to be the real deal.

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Since the U Ultra features a Snapdragon 821, no doubt the upcoming flagship is expected to feature a Snapdragon 835, and the smaller manufacturing node and efficiency should result in better battery life. What wasn’t included in the specification details was the announcement date or month of the smartphone and seeing as how the company is going to take a very long time in shipping its U Ultra, we should not expect a new high-end handset from them anytime soon, so chances that the company showing up at MWC 2017 are negligible.

For now, take this info with a pinch of salt; HTC is known to ship out different spec’d models like it did with the U Ultra and U Play, so we should expect the same approach when the HTC 11 is going to be announced. What are your thoughts regarding the latest leak? Let us know down in the comments.