This year has proved to be a rather disappointing one for the Taiwanese tech giant HTC notwithstanding having launched some astonishing devices including the likes of HTC 10 Evo and the HTC 10. They had it hard over the last couple of years. Their partnership with Google where they are building Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL devices is what currently keeps them afloat. Rumor has it though that they are going to launch three new amazing devices.
HTC has yet to confirm these beliefs but they are likely to address them in a scheduled press conference which will happen on January the 12th. They will most likely announce a new device that bears the name of HTC One X10.
It will be the successor of HTC One X9 and tech analysts suggests it will come equipped with a 5.5 inch screen powered by a MediaTek Helio P10 SoC paired with 3GB of RAM. Its snapper is said to sport 13 MP lenses.
Another device which will hit the market pretty soon is said to be the HTC Ocean Note. It is said to sport a bigger screen than the one present than the HTC Ocean and some better overall specs.
The smartphone which will blow everybody’s minds however should be entitled HTC 11 and should see the light of day at the MWC 2017 which will be held in Barcelona.
It is believed to have flagship-worthy specs featuring a Snapdragon 835 SoC, 4GB of Ram and Android 7.0 Nougat out of the factory. The competition in 2017 seems to be fierce according to tech rumors and HTC are striving to earn a top spot for quite some time. If these phones will sport these rumored specs they will surely place themselves up high in the market.