Tuesday , October 23 2018 Ausdroid » News » HTC’s latest teaser shows a full screen device launching on November 2nd

HTC’s November 2nd event is fast approaching and the Taiwanese company is not shy about teasing what we, or in their words ‘You’ will see there, teasing the device in a series of tweets. The device has been teased again and this time we get to see the screen.

The latest teaser appeared on HTC’s social media feeds, and while the previous tease showed the back with fingerprint scanner and camera, this tease shows us the front. The reasoning for moving the fingerprint sensor to the rear is obvious after looking at this, with a full screen display seemingly taking up the front of the device leaving little room for it.

We’ve previously seen the HTC U11 Plus thanks to the phones transit through TENAA, the Chinese regulatory body earlier this week.

The internal specs of the phone will include 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. The U11 Plus will include Boom Sound and Edge Sense as well as Quick Charge 3.0. The camera seen in the previous tweet will be a 12MP sensor behind an f/1.7 aperture, while the front will house an 8MP sensor.

The phone is set to launch, possibly alongside an Android One handset called the U11 Life. We’ll soon find out what’s happening with the launch set for early next week.

Source: @htc.

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