Despite rumors about trying to sell its phones, HTC seems to continue working on new models of smartphones.
Although HTC 10 was not a much-expected success of the Taiwanese company, it seems that HTC 11 will continue the famous series of flagship phones, keeping certain design elements of the past and adapting them to new market trends.
We currently have a single unofficial photo of the new device and a list of suggested hardware specifications.
HTC 11 seems to keep the design of the 2016 model with a unibody construction polished edges to be easier to hold.
The main camera now seems to include two sensors, like top models from LG, Apple, and Huawei, while on the front, the display gives the side edges.
Lastly, rumors leaked on Weibo way from China suggests that the phone will take a larger display with a diagonal of 5.5.
On the internal hardware, it seems that HTC is unwilling to make sacrifices, adopting the newest and most powerful chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 with 8 GB RAM and 12-megapixel camera and 8-megapixel front camera.
The storage space of 256 GB should bring this to the level of competition, while the 3,700 mAh battery pack should ensure long-term autonomy.
Currently, information can not be confirmed by HTC, but usually by December begin to appear fairly well-documented rumors about new smartphones to be launched next spring.
Most likely, HTC 11 will be revealed at the fair Mobile World Congress 2017 to be held in late February in Barcelona.