HTC, despite not being at its best, continues to try to sneak into the competition in the high range, and proof of this is the U11 we saw a few months ago that, in addition to bringing great hardware, brought us HTC Edge Sense. However, it does not seem to be enough to get the Taiwanese out of that hell they are in.
To catch the rhythm of manufacturers who are pulling out mobiles with fronts “without frames” and screens 18: 9, HTC would be preparing a small evolution of their flagship, which would be called HTC U11 Plus. The specifications of this future phone have been seen in a couple of benchmarks, and seem to confirm this trend of stretching the screen.
As expected, and seeing the similarity in the name with the current high range of HTC, the HTC U11 Plus would have hardware at the height of competition, ie Snapdragon 835 and 4 GB of RAM (do not discard that climb in some time at 6 GB). His camera would be back, at least on paper, the same as the current HTC U11, although the front would reduce its resolution in half, 8 megapixels.
Where it would give the change would be on its screen, which would grow to 6 inches and would have QHD + (2,880 x 1,440 pixels) with an 18: 9 aspect ratio. On the other hand, the benchmarks say it will come out with Android 8.0 Oreo, which will be under its HTC Sense layer.
If all this is confirmed or denied we will know, with a bit of luck, on November 2, date in which there is an event on the part of HTC and, in addition to more mobile, we could see their new proposals for reality virtual.