Apr 17, 2017 05:43 PM EDT
Tech enthusiasts have got the opportunity to cherish "U Ultra" and "U Play" of the tech company, HTC. Interestingly, a recent leak reveals a new flagship device HTC U "Ocean".
A few days ago HTC confirmed no proper words about the HTC U "Ocean" or HTC 11. But a recent leak from the smartphone information leaker, Evan Blass, claimed some confirmed news about the said upcoming flagship smartphone. Blass also posted an image of a smartphone in the twitter account, according to the Trusted Reviews.
The smartphone image, present in the Blass's twitter account, indicates no significant difference between the HTC U "Ocean" and the U Ultra. The only difference is the shape of the camera. The "U Ultra" has a square camera module, but the upcoming flagship device has a circular one, Tech Times reported.
The revealed image points out the display with significant bezels of the smartphone, HTC U "Ocean". Though, recent flagship smartphones from the house of Samsung and LG offers very less bezel and large display. A fingerprint scanner is also present below the front display of the device.
Evan Blass has uttered some significant words about the features of the HTC U "Ocean" and claimed them accurate. The features include a 5.5 inch Quad HD display. Reports claim that the handset will be equipped with 4GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 835 chipset can boost the overall performance. Though, no official words about the features of the device are available from HTC.
The rumored features also include a 12-megapixel IMX362 Sony sensor camera at the rear panel. The front side must have a 16-megapixel IMX351 camera. Both the camera will certainly give extra opportunities to the users while capturing photos. No exact details about the global release date of the HTC U "Ocean" are so far available from any corners of the tech arena.
Consumers need to wait for the next report to unveil the latest development about the HTC U "Ocean". The previous smartphones of the tech company, HTC, have already proved their efficiency. Now it is time to get one more unique handset with the best hardware and software performance.
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