Alleged HTC 11 ‘About Phone’ Page Leaked – 6GB RAM, 128GB and Android 7.1.2 Nougat Revealed

HTC 11

After the launch of the HTC U Ultra, speculations started building up that there won’t be an HTC 11 coming out sooner or later.

With the Taiwanese company set to skip the upcoming MWC 2017 tech show in Barcelona, not so much has been doing rounds with respect to the HTC 11. However, a new leak has just emerged giving out just about every core detail of the alleged HTC 10 successor. If this leak is to be believed, there is no doubt that HTC is coming with a bang.

According to a new report coming from China’s Weibo, there is a leaked image that is claimed to be the ‘About Phone’ page for the upcoming HTC 11. Apparently, the flagship will come with a screen resolution of 2550 x 1556 pixels, but there is no info on the size of the display. But looking at the current trend, it is possible that the phone will ship with a larger screen than its predecessor.

Under the hood, the leaked image confirms that the HTC 11 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC. This flagship chipset will reportedly be paired with a massive RAM of 6GB alongside an internal storage of 128GB. It gets even more interesting when it comes to the software part. As it is, the phone will ship with the latest Android 7.1.2 Nougat, an OS that is currently in beta and only available to select Google devices. The OS will come with the company’s Sense 9.0 skin on top.

HTC 11

It is not known when Google will start rolling out the new Android 7.1.2 Nougat OTA, but it seems HTC will be getting their hands on this OS in time for the release of the HTC 11, just like it happened with the HTC 10 Evo or rather HTC Bolt. However, if the phone is to come with the latest Snapdragon 835 SoC on board, it means we are talking about a device that will probably be launched after the release of Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, two phones that will reportedly get the first priority as far as this Qualcomm processor is concerned.

Be warned that this is an unconfirmed report and not something from HTC. As a result, take it with a grain of salt. Still, we’ll keep an eye on the story and update you with the latest developments about the same. Keep following us!

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