+ Sunday July 21st, 2019

The upcoming HTC U11 Plus is expected to be announced by HTC on the 2nd of November. The phone has passed through TENAA, the Chinese equivalent of the US based FCC giving us a look at the phone, while a second source has confirmed the specs.

In the photos supplied in the TENAA listing, the phone appears similar to the render we saw recently with a thinner body looking to support the 18:9 aspect ratio 6″ display. The photos also show a rear mounted fingerprint scanner and camera with a dual-tone flash in the centre.

The internal specs of the phone have been ‘confirmed’ by Evan Blass, who has tweeted a laundry list of impressive specs adding to rumours. According to Evan, the HTC U11 Plus will indeed come with a Snapdragon 835 SoC, with two configurations of memory: 4GB/64GB and 6GB/128GB RAM/Storage, both of which will include a microSDXC card slot. Boom Sound and Edge Sense will be included, as will Quick Charge 3.0 and camera wise on the rear we’ll be seeing a 12MP sensor behind an f/1.7 aperture, while the front will house an 8MP sensor.

The specs are still rumoured, but judging by the look of the phone passing through TENAA it’s ready to make its first appearance in just a couple of weeks.

Source: TENAA.
Via: Mobilissimo.

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This looks like what the huawei mate 10 pro should have been.

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