Apr 20, 2018 | Updated: 09:54 AM EDT

HTC Ocean Will Blow Your Mind With Its Revolutionary Specs And Features

Apr 17, 2017 04:41 PM EDT

HTC has been well known for its tremendous range of smartphones all around. The superlative handset maker has already evolved many unmatched smartphones recently. The next in its queue is supposedly an exclusive flagship in its U series smartphones also dubbed as HTC Ocean. However, much before its official release, potential leaks have been hinted to associate with the smartphone, which may astonish one with top class flawlessness.

According to Android Headlines, HTC Ocean will boast Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 Chipset. The smartphone will come with a 5.5-inch display alongside Quad core HD resolution capacity. On the other hand, the smartphone is hinted to flaunt a front end having less bezel based surface with a physical home button. The rear panel is said to boast a snapper coupled with LED flashlight and a dedicated fingerprint sensor. HTC Ocean, which has also been codenamed as only HTC U, will launch in two models. The primary variant will come with a 4 GB RAM support alongside 64 GB storage memory. Whereas, the higher-end edition will come with 6 GB RAM packed with 128 GB internal space.

As per a report by GSMArena, HTC Ocean will run on Android 7.1 OS support with HTC Sense 9 surface setup. Moreover, the smartphone will sport a unique Edge Sense technology which will allow the users to control major operations on the phone but just using certain gestures on the surface of HTC Ocean. The first ever image of the alleged handset has recently been published by famous tipster Evan Blass on his very own Twitter handle.

The company is expected to release HTC Ocean as a Worldwide edition. However, this hasn't been confirmed by any official or trustworthy sources. The smartphone's pricing, release date, and availability are still left to be declared. Hopefully, HTC will uncover the truth very soon. 

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