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HTC Ocean Note (HTC 11) Will Remove Earphone Jack, Beat DxOmark & Feature Three Color Variants

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Dec 30, 2016
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Things have finally started to spice up on the rumor mill. While we’ve been seeing news surface about the iPhone 8 and Galaxy S8 regularly, other devices haven’t been that generous. Android’s got a lot of flagships due for 2017. Out of these, the LG G6 and HTC’s Ocean series have managed to surface on the mill. While the LG G6 is being kept strictly under the wraps, the HTC Ocean has made relatively more appearances. today, one of the Ocean devices, the HTC Ocean Note sees a major specification leak. Take a look below for more.

The HTC Ocean Note Will Feature Three Color Options, Powerful Camera And No Earphone Jack

Apple’s started a trend folks. Cupertino’s decision to remove the earphone jack on the iPhone caused a lot of stir in September. Users started off with a host of complaints on how existing hardware became incompatible with the device. To make matters worse, Apple’s dongle didn’t make things any better off either. Now that Cupertino has made the change, other manufacturers are rumored to follow its tow.

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The Samsung Galaxy S8 for starters  is seeing rumors which point to no earphone jack on the device. Instead, the Galaxy S8 will support connectivity by the USB Type-C, which is more or less similar to what Apple’s offering on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Today, the leak related to HTC’s Ocean Note includes the elimination of the 3.5mm earphone jack on the device. In addition, HTC will also try to match Google by beating DxOMark with the Ocean Note.

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The leak also pegs the Ocean Note with three color options and dual SIM capability. You’ll be able to get the device in Black, white and Blue color variants. One of the two SIMs on the HTC Ocean Note will support 4G, while the other will support 3G. There’s little information on the device’s design though, but we’re optimistic as HTC’s known to give close attention to the matter.

The Ocean Note will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835. Aside from today’s details, little information has surfaced for the device. All we known is that HTC’s got a smartphone under the works, which might not make it to the US. The company’s had a lot of problems over the past couple of years, which have resulted in a lot of restructuring. More details for the HTC Ocean Note should surface in the future. Stay tuned. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.

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