HTC 11 Release Date On Its Way: Should You Wait For It Or Should You Go With The HTC 10 Evo, HTC Bolt Instead?
The HTC 11 is on its way, so it is a wise time to think whether to buy the current HTC 10 Evo or to wait for the upcoming phone. Here are some possible differences to watch out for.
Known as the HTC Bolt in the U.S. and HTC 10 Evo generally, the phone is accessible exclusively to users of telecom company Sprint, and boasts of some new, advanced components like the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, and includes a 3GB of RAM.
With a 5.5 inch screen, the HTC Bolt has a Gorilla Glass 5 display and a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. Like the HTC 10, the said smartphone has a dust-resistant feature, a fingerprint scanner, and an 8-megapixel front camera.
A MicroSD opening permits the HTC Bolt's memory to be expanded up to 32GB. With Quick Charge, HTC used a 3200mAh battery to keep the smartphone at the task.
HTC designers and specialists may have added a few improvements to the HTC Bolt. However, the HTC 11 is required to come with better features. The smartphone may brag of enhanced camera sensors and extra photography settings.
Aside from improved camera highlights, the phone is relied upon to have an all metal body, and also a 5.5-inch bended display. With the looming arrival of the new Snapdragon 830 processor, the HTC 11 will work much faster than the HTC 10 and the HTC Bolt.
Besides, the upcoming HTC 11 will wear a greater battery than the HTC Bolt's 3200mAh. In the meantime, HTC designers are said to take a dig at acquainting dual cameras with the HTC 11.
As of now, it is still uncertain if the supposed specifications for the HTC 11 are exact. The Taiwanese firm has yet to unveil insights about its up and coming smartphone. However, with the speculated upgrades, it could be wiser to wait first.