The field of smartphone in the last few days has been receiving news and updates from the house of HTC on a pretty constant basis. And with the teaser of the smartphone being already launched last week, it is pretty understandable there will be more news and updates before the official launch of the smartphone takes place within a few days. And the newest one which has hit the market reveals the number of features of the smartphone.
There have been a lot of rumors regarding what the features of the upcoming flagship smartphone from HTC are going to be. The newest leaked image of the box of the smartphone will certainly settle things down a bit more. The image has revealed quite a lot of things about the smartphone and the most important is the fact that the smartphone comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset under the hood coupled with 6 GB RAM. However, last week the GeekBench listing of the smartphone revealed it will come out on the market with a 4 GB RAM. So there are chances a second variant of the smartphone will hit the market which will have a 4 GB RAM. The internal storage of the device, according to the image, will be 128 GB.
Other than that the image has also revealed that HTC U will hit the market with the 5.5-inch QHD screen which will have the protection of Corning Gorilla Glass 5. The camera of the handset has been revealed to be pretty good with the one on the back coming with a 12-megapixel lens assisted by f/1.7 aperture and HTC UltraPixel technology. The selfie camera will be 16-megapixel with f/2.0 aperture. Alongside this, the Edge Sense has also been mentioned there which makes it all the more obvious that the smartphone is going to be the HTC U.
Also, the smartphone comes with an IP57 certification and Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0 technology. So it remains to be seen how the smartphone performs when it becomes available on the market. There is also promise that the smartphone will have a high-end audio system as well. So, in all, there is a huge promise from the smartphone but everything depends on how it fares once it hits the market. So we will have to wait for a bit longer in order to get the first looks of the smartphone.