HTC U11 Plus unveiled on November 2: what we know

HTC U11 Plus will have a Snapdragon 835 chipset supported by 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. 6-inch display and "futuristic" design

HTC has started releasing some invitations for an event scheduled for November 2, 2017. In addition to revealing information about the time and location of the meeting in the card hints at the presentation of a new device in the U series. So here's everything we know about the new HTC U11 Plus smartphone.

It must be said that HTC has never confirmed the indiscretion that emerged from the Chinese social media Weibo, but on Twitter the company has repeatedly referred to its own event scheduled for early November. And HTC itself has published a post on the microblogging platform quite unequivocal, writing "We have something new in mind for #BrilliantU". What should be striking about the new device is its design. The "liquid" glass surface, which has found several positive opinions on HTC U11, in the Plus version should be made even more extreme and with thinner bezels. On a phone that we remember is covered entirely in glass.

Technical features HTC 11 Plus

As for the technical characteristics at the moment we have few confirmations but the HTC smartphone should have on board Qualcomm's processor, the Snapdragon 835, supported by 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. The 6-inch QHD+ display will be made with the same "liquid" technology as the HTC U11. A solution that gives a sense of continuity between the screen and the edges. The phone will run on Android Oreo 8.0 version. As for the battery it will be 4,000 mAh and should ensure more than a day of use, even with intense use.

Standalone display

Attention then to the accessories designed by HTC. During the November event, according to several rumors, the company will also present a new Daydream visor for virtual reality. The great novelty of this device will be its ability to work on its own, without the use of a smartphone and without connecting to a computer.