A little over a month back, when the extremely appreciated Evan Blass of @evleaks popularity declared an inexplicably codenamed HTC “Consistency” phone would concern market under a puzzling (and complicated) U11 EYEs banner, we were left hypothesizing that implied a double cam remained in the pipeline.

Now Blass is back with much more revealing tweets about the style, requirements and prices of the upcoming HTC U11 EYEs, leaving (practically) absolutely nothing to the creativity. Rendered in black, silver and red, the Edge Sense-enabled handset plainly includes 2 front-facing shooters, however alas, their megapixel counts stay under covers.

Exactly what we do understand is the 6-inch screen of the U11+ will be devalued from QHD+ to FHD+ resolution, aka 1080 x 2160 pixels, while keeping an 18:9 or 2:1 element ratio that’s gradually ending up being the market standard, particularly for jumbo-sized mobile phones.

Obviously, the HTC U11 EYEs should not be as troublesome as previous 6-inchers, surrounding the Super LCD3 panel with fairly thin bezels, and sporting a finger print reader installed on its back to conserve frontal area.

With an octa-core Snapdragon 652 processor and 4GB RAM under the hood, along with 64 GB internal storeroom, microSD assistance and 3930 mAh battery, this thing in fact seems like a good mid-range affair all in all.

Regrettably, for whatever factor (cough, Treble, cough), the U11 EYEs is anticipated to run Android Nougat out package, likewise bring a perhaps extreme 3,300 yuan in China that relates to approximately $510

HTC itself simply verified on Weibo the phone will be formally revealed on January 15, with USB-C connection and IP67 resistance versus water and dust the last ev-leaked specifications for the time being. The quality/price ratio does not sound too hot, however perhaps the double front-facing webcams and single rear shooter will have the ability to sweeten the offer.

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