Tech Radar reports that the accidental early unveiling of the U 11’s feature set positions it as a high end smartphone, with a 5.5 inch QHD display and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset defining it as undoubtedly cutting edge, at least on paper.
It will also be water-resistant thanks to its IP57 rating, with a primary 12 megapixel camera using HTC’s UltraPixel technology to cram more detail into every snap that is captured. Meanwhile, a 16 megapixel front-facing camera will handle selfie duties and offer its own panorama capabilities.
The U 11 should work with microSDXC memory cards, meaning that its storage space can be boosted by up to a whopping two terabytes. The 128GB of built-in storage will probably be more than enough for most users, but having the option to install add-ons is definitely desirable.
The May 16th launch date of the U 11 is just around the corner, but with few secrets left up its sleeve, HTC could have a tough time hitting the headlines with this release.