We already know that the successor to the HTC U11 may be announced at an HTC event on November, and while the basic specs were recently outed thanks to Gfxbench and Geekbench listing, but much about HTC U11 plus designs and external look still remains a mystery.
Well, the latest 3D renders courtesy of Onleak unravel what the U11 plus could be in terms of design, but the render obviously is one that won’t appeal to die-hard fans of the Headphone jack.
What is immediately clear from the 3D render is that HTC will be adopting similar “Liquid surface” technique on the back of the base HTC U11, so the U11 Plus will ship with a reflective Liquid Surface on the rear cover. It is also evident the U11 plus will feature a single rear camera with LED flash and a fingerprint sensor below.
Evident from the render also is the fact that we won’t get to see the 3.5mm audio jack on the HTC U11 plus, a USB Type-C port has been provided in place of this.
Upfront, the U11 plus have some traces of bezels on both sides, but still very much visible above and below the display.
In terms of specs, the HTC U11 plus according to information from GeekBench and GFX Bench is expected to pack a 6” QHD+ display with an 18:9 aspect ratio and powered by the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor coupled with 4GB and 64GB of storage.There are reports that the device could come in a 6GB and 128GB RAM and storage variant.