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HTC U render leaks online, shows off design

18 April 2017

You can snag one on the HTC website if the new figure tempts you. Now, leakster Evan Blass, has shared what seems like the first renders of the HTC U.

The HTC U should offer 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. "Rumours suggest that the upcoming phone codenamed "Ocean" get might launched under its" U" series - and that it could simply be called the "HTC U".

In line with previous leaks, the metallic frame of the HTC U will be embedded with sensors. It will run Android 7.1 Nougat with the company's Sense 9 over the top. The front is also similar, although the difference here will be in the existence of the secondary ticker display on top which we cannot spot on the live image. Twitter user LlabTooFeR posted a few details regarding the upcoming flagship smartphone.

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The new Edge Sense technology allows "the user to control numerous, customizable actions with gestures such as squeezing or swiping along its left and right sides".

It also looks like there'll be a physical home button on the front of the device - so no rear fingerprint scanner as with the Galaxy S8, then. It has been reported the Ocean will have high-end specs such as a 5.5-inch display along with a Quad HD resolution. HTC U might also integrate a special Sense AI Assistant to challenge the likes of Samsung Bixby, Google Assistant, Apple Siri, etc. In the camera department, the HTC U is going to be equipped with a 12MP Sony IMX362 sensor at the back and a 16MP IMX351 sensor on the front. The HTC device is expected to give a tough fight to the upcoming flagships - OnePlus 5 and Xiaomi Mi 6. It also contradicts previous rumors about the HTC U featuring a bezel-less display.

HTC U render leaks online, shows off design