Feb 16, 2017 03:14 AM EST
The HTC 11 and Nokia P1 are both top of the line smartphones that are highly anticipated and expected to be released this year. And, what do buyers know so far about these mobile phones? Most importantly, as indicated by rumor the HTC 11 won't be called HTC 11.
Rather, it will potentially be called HTC Ocean. As to when it will be revealed, Stuff recommends that it will be two months from now, which is April. With respect to the Nokia P1, it is anticipated to be launched this Feb. 26, at the Mobile World Congress event. There are also reports recommending that there could be a slight possibility it will be China-exclusive, much the same as what happened to the Nokia 6.
The retail cost of the HTC 11 is still obscure or fairly difficult to decide because of the fact that its rumored specs and features are quite powerful to put a value run on. Concerning the Nokia P1, this mobile phone comes in two variations, so it has two expected costs. Its 128 GB is expected to cost at around $800 (generally Rs. 54,000), while its 256 GB is required to be $950 (generally Rs 64,200).
With respect to the Nokia P1, a report composed by Gadgets 360 proposes that it will have a metal casing case, a double SIM slot on the left and a volume and power button on the right. At the base, it will have a USB Type-C port, a speaker grille, and a 3.5 mm earphone jack. Its packaging's shading design will come in silver, dark and rose gold.
The HTC 11 is accounted for to have a RAM stockpiling of 6 GB. Besides that, there is nothing else. Concerning the Nokia P1, it is supposed to have 128 GB and 256 GB with a RAM stockpiling of 6 GB. The HTC 11 is said to have a 12 MP rear camera and a 8 MP front camera. Concerning the Nokia P1, reports guarantee that it will have a 22.6 MP rear camera with Carl Zeiss optics.
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There is no data with respect to what battery spec the HTC 11 will have. But for the Nokia P1, it is said to have a 3,500 mAh battery with a quick charge highlight. As per reports, the HTC 11 could be VR ready, perhaps a Vive-branded mobile phone. Then again, the Nokia P1 is anticipated to have an IP57 dust and water feature.