HTC U11 EYEs leaks with dual front-facing cameras

HTC U11 EYEs Launch Expected January 15; Price and Specifications Leak Alongside

HTC U11 EYEs Launch Expected January 15; Price and Specifications Leak Alongside

HTC is also planning to launch its mid-range smartphone. But thanks to famous tipster Evan Blass we know it is the HTC U11 EYEs. The U11 EYEs takes most of its design cues from the U11+ than the U11, which should bode well for a lot of HTC fans. "It gets a 6.0" 18:9 display which pushes a lower Full HD+ resolution (2160×1080) and it even has a similar 3,930mAh battery. There are minimal borders along the sides, but quite a significant bezel on the top and bottom.

Under the hood, the HTC U11 EYEs is likely to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor. The tweet also suggests this phone will have 64GB of inbuilt storage expandable via microSD card. The only disappointing thing about the HTC U11 EYEs is that it will run Android Nougat. The smartphone will be available in Black, Silver, and Red color variants and will come with dual front camera setup as shown in the image.

He also hinted that device would launch with a price tag of CNY 3,299 (approx Rs 32,400). It features a rounded rear-mounted fingerprint sensor that sits just above the company's logo and below the main camera. This EYEs device is similar, with the renders revealing dual front-facing cameras to the right of the speaker grill. The Snapdragon 652 is a mid-range processor, but that should really be a big deal when it comes to day to day use. As per a teaser posted on the company's Facebook page, it will be announcing the phone on January 15.

There is no word on the release outside Taiwan, China and Hong Kong at the moment, but I expect the phone to reach other Asian markets as well as Europe in the coming weeks. Moreover, it is also expected that one more version of the phone will launch along with it.

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