We’ve currently seen flagship phones launched by famous brands LG, Huawei and Samsung this present year – but there’s plenty more nevertheless ahead, including reasonably limited device from HTC it’s calling the HTC U and it is the successor to this past year’s HTC 10.
Now we have been offered our first genuine go through the HTC U, courtesy of serial tipster Evan Blass on Twitter. We get front and straight back shots of this device, completed in black, though regrettably the display screen isn’t switched on, which makes it tricky to pick out the sides of display.
Predicated on everything we have heard about the HTC U up to now, we’re anticipating a tool supplying a 5.5-inch, 2,560 x 1,440 pixel display, a Snapdragon 835 processor, a microSD slot for additional storage space and a 12 MP rear digital camera for recording all you see worldwide.
Glass has returned
While this photo doesn’t come directly from HTC, Blass is almost the absolute most reliable tipster around, therefore we would say there is a very good opportunity that the image is genuine. Most insider sources suggest HTC is readying an official unveiling prior to the end for the month, so we have tonot have to hold back too much time getting this confirmed.
From photos it seems like HTC could have switched to an all-glass straight back panel this season, although fingerprint sensor apparently continues to be regarding the front with a real home button. Down the side of these devices is really what could be the rumored Edge Sensor, a switch for extra control and scrolling.
Speculation about this input technique happens to be swirling for months and it would help the HTC U stick out slightly bit from the Galaxies, Pixels and iPhones of this globe. Once HTC makes the handset official, we’ll tell you.