- HTC to unveil Ocean Harmony by December
- The smartphone to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor
- Speculated to carry a 5.99-inch Super-LCD 5 screen with an aspect ratio of 18:9
HTC has not done with its flagship devices’ release. Now, it is ready to roll out its another U series smartphone – HTC Ocean Harmony. Although this hasn’t been officially announced, the information from the publication Slashleaks gives an idea that the company will be launching another smartphone under its U series device in December.
Recently, the company released its much controversial U11 Plus with U11 Life. Many were skeptical that it is the same device, which was earlier scrapped by Google for Pixel second-generation smartphone. It was noted that the features were amazingly similar between LG Pixel 2X and U11 Plus. Interestingly, earlier during the launch of these two HTC devices on November 2, it was rumored that the company will be releasing three smartphones. At that time HTC didn’t unveil the third one, but now it is expected to be unraveled by the next month.
The features of the smartphone Ocean Harmony appear quite intriguing. The leaked specs sheet of the device shows that it will carry a 5.99-inch Super-LCD 5 screen with a full HD+ resolution of 2160 × 1080 pixels. Furthermore, the Taiwanese company keeping the track with its competitor the handset will also be having an aspect ratio of 18:9.
Moreover, it will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor and will have 4GB of RAM with an internal storage capacity of 64GB. The battery of the smartphone will be 3,930mAh to keep the lights on.
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Another buzz in the market is that this device might have an edge sense feature with a squeezable frame just like the recent two devices U11 Plus and U11 Life. After the unraveling of Harmony, HTC will be able to claim six releases in the year. Strikingly, It has already made it clear that next year also it will be coming up with 5 to 6 handsets and might re-enter into the league of companies rolling out dual camera smartphones in the Indian market.
The time will only show that how much HTC handsets would be able to woo Indian users. As of now, better wait for the unveiling of HTC Ocean Harmony. Although it is not clear what will be the name of the device after the release, as of now it has been codenamed as HTC Ocean Harmony.