HTC 11 will Feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Chipset and a Whopping 8 GB of RAM

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HTC 11 will Feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Chipset and a Whopping 8 GB of RAM

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HTC may be looking at the best phone of 2017 with the next flagship from the Taiwanese smartphone house. The HTC 11 which is set to replace the HTC has leaked on Chinese site Weibo with specifications that will make most tech enthusiasts excited.

The HTC 11 will feature near bezel-free design along with a 5.5 inch 2560 x 1440px display, the phone will also feature Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 835 chipset which is designed for superb power and excellent battery management. The Snapdragon 835 is built on a highly efficient 10nm manufacturing process, and is considered to be significantly faster.

The leaks also indicate a Quick Charge 4.0 feature which is also inherent in the Snapdragon 835 chipset. The HTC 11 is also said to sport a whopping 8GB of RAM ( although, it may be unlikely), the company may take this step in an attempt to not skim on specifications. Thanks to the new storage options on the iPhone, with upto 256 GB available and the recent launch of the OnePlus 3 with upto 128 GB as an option. HTC too might make the jump to 128 or 256 GB of storage.

The HTC 11 is also rumoured to sport a dual 12 MP camera setup, along with a front facing 8 MP with OIS, which would be an upgrade from last years 5 MP. Leaks also suggest a 3700 mAh battery, which paired up with the highly efficient Snapdragon 835 should churn out impressive battery life.

The leaks cannot be validated at this time, but if HTC does plan to head in this direction they might continue to upward climb, back to the top positions of the Smartphone race. HTC has also started seeding Android N updates to the HTC 10 on a global level and all regions are expected to receive updates in December.


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  • Kunal Deokar

    If im not wrong sd 835 is that processor which charge phone in 5 min to full…

  • Rohith Iyer

    Expect it to be priced over the roof top

  • Fahim Faisal

    only 8gb??? 16 or 32gb would’ve been better!!! -_-

  • Shivam Malhotra

    What r u planning to do with 8 gigs of ram -.- Even 3gb is more than enough.

  • Kushal Garg

    Well, you can’t really blame android for that. It has to meet the requirements of a wide variety of handsets and the OEMs only have a little time to optimize it. On the other hand, Apple develops on both software and hardware fronts and have a whole year to develop their phones. So yeah, iOS will have better optimization but no one’s at fault really.

  • Jim Denver

    that’s right and that’s the reason why it will never wins against ios. No matter how much ram, be it 10GB, android system will use all of them and still lag. While iOS barely needs 3GB and smooth as all comes down to software optimization.

  • Pabitra Mahato

    HTC needs to increase battery size . Or else atleast backup time

  • Jonathan Abraham

    With a whopping price

  • Sachin Susghour

    My pc still works super fine with 2gb ram

  • Sankha Ghosh

    I need windows 10 in it.

  • Ravi Kandanat

    and android will hang when u open dialer .. lol

  • Subham Gattani

    My laptop has 4gb of ram U0001f611
    Works fine.

  • Manu Sreeraj

    And it’s time to release OnePlus 4. With 10 GB RAM.. Lol

  • Tushar Gupta

    do u have video of honor 5c on YouTube.. if yes then send me the link …. and is this set is good to buy under 14000Rs… plz reply me…

  • Arpit Singh

    First leak of htc 11

  • Chandrasekhar Yanamandra

    Too much costly

  • Gagan Deep Singh

    835 will come soon

  • Kevin Dml

    835? I thought 821 was the latest?!U0001f615

  • Srabon Khan

    Now it’s only a competition of increasing RAM. Not utilizing the OS properly or even innovative design.