We’ve been following with keen interest news surrounding the HTC U11 plus for a while now, and it appears we are close to an official announcement. A device with model number “HTC 2Q4D200″ purported to be the Chinese variant of HTC U11 plus has been approved by China’s CCC (3C) authority– a compulsory requirement for all devices meant for the Chinese market. It is worth mentioning that this same device with same model number had earlier received Bluetooth certification from SIG authority.
We reported very recently that the device might be unveiled before year-end, but that may not happen without it passing through TENAA, that way we’ll know what to expect of the device in terms of internal makeup.
While no major specs were revealed by both recent certifications, word on the street have it that the device will come with a revamped design with bezel-free display while other specs are rumored to be just incremental upgrades.
As per available rumors, the device is expected to be kitted out with 5.99-inch Quad HD display and powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor coupled with 64 GB and 128 GB internal storage options.The device is said to come with a single 12MP rear sensor coupled with an 8MP front-facing camera.
Keep an eye on this space for more on the upcoming HTC U11 plus.