Last month, HTC has officially launched its full-screen flagship – the U11+. Now, the phone seems to have another variant which is supposed to be called the U11+ Lite.
At present, HTC’s new smartphone – the 2Q4R400 (model number) has got the 3C certificate, and the phone is equipped with the adaptor the U11+ has. It will support QC3.0 technology. The 2Q4R400 is likely to be the rumored HTC new smartphone with the full-screen design which is supposed to be called the U11+ Lite. The phone’s internal code number is said to be Ocean Harmony. It is estimated to adopt the appearance design which is similar to the U11+. The phone is expected to come with 5.99-inch SLCD5 with the resolution of 2,160 pixels by 1,080 pixels, and its aspect ratio is 18:9.
Besides, the phone is expected to feature the 5MP and 5MP dual camera setup on the front. It is supposed to be available in two variants. One variant is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 652 and come with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM. The other variant is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 660 and come with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of ROM.
The phone is rumored to be launched in the middle of this month. We will continue to focus on HTC’s this new full-screen phone and bring more information to you.