HTC U11 Plus new 3D render video surfaces online, gives us a good look of the device

Alleged HTC U11 Plus might launch soon, looks similar to the HTC U11

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Highlights

    • It might feature a full-screen display
    • The fingerprint sensor might have been moved to the back
    • It might launch extremely soon

HTC U11 has been received very well by the people, and if recent rumours are to be believed a much more powerful successor might launch soon. Previously, it has been reported that the alleged smartphone will be named the HTC U11 Plus and might be unveiled on November 2. Today a 3D render video of the product has surfaced online giving us a much better idea as to what the device might end up looking like. The CAD video of the alleged smartphone was put online by the leaker OnLeaks alongside couponraja. In the video, you can see the device in a metallic blue colour which has similar looks to the HTC U11.

We can see in the 3D render video, that the company has moved the fingerprint sensor from the front to the back in order to put in a full-screen display. There is a USB Type C port on the bottom edge of the device, a single camera on the rear with a dual tone LED flash.

As per the previously reported specifications, it will have a 6-inch display with a resolution of 2880×1440 pixels with an aspect ratio of 18:9. It will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset. It will come in two RAM and storage variants – 4GB RAM/64GB internal storage and 6GB RAM/128GB internal storage.As for the camera

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As for the camera, the alleged HTC U11 Plus might feature a 12-megapixel primary camera along with a dual LED flash. On the front, it might come with an8-megapixel selfie camera. It is also expected that the mobile phone will come with IP68 water and dust resistance rating, and will include the HTC Edge Sense feature as seen in the HTC U11.