Renders of upcoming devices aren’t the most trustworthy sources available in most cases, but this fresh render of HTC’s possible U11 smartphone breathes a little bit of life into the idea of the device.
The render is a combination of CAD (computer-aided design) drawings of the HTC U11. Usually, renders like this are based on actual leaked images or previews of a specific device – but it is not clear where or what the source of any leaked hint of the smartphone could be, although the render seems very realistic.
The 360-degree-view render landed on the Internet just yesterday, boasting a shiny red HTC smartphone. The rendered smartphone features a USB-C port replacing the 3.5mm headphone jack – just as previous reports suggested. On the right side, you’ll find the power button and volume control. The bottom of the face of the device shows a fingerprint scanner, and the back of the device hosts a 12-megapixel camera. An interesting element is that the smartphone does not appear to consist of any buttons on its left side, however, GSM Arena reports that it could instead be touch sensitive in order to utilise HTC’s squeezable gestures.
We haven’t heard any official announcements as of yet, but the release date of HTC’s U11 is expected to be sometime later this month. Are you looking forward to seeing the finished product? Drop a comment below!
Source: | 91 Mobiles – YouTube |
Via: | The Next Web |
Image: | GSM Arena |