Here are the countries where the 6GB RAM, 128GB storage HTC U 11 may release

The HTC U 11 is HTC’s third smartphone to be released so far this year, and the device is their flagship model for 2017. When the device was released, HTC explained that it would be available in two models. One version has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage and the other has 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

When launched, HTC did not explain where the higher model would be available but this information has now been leaked on Twitter.

Both variants of the HTC U 11 share an otherwise identical specification list. Both models come with a 5.5-inch QHD resolution display and are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset. There’s a 12MP rear camera with a number of clever features such as phase detection autofocus and optical image stabilization. The HTC U 11 has the honor of being the highest rated smartphone camera in the DxOMark mobile database. The device also comes with a 3,000mAh battery and is water and dust resistant. For software, the HTC U 11 runs Android 7.1 Nougat under HTC Edge Sense, the latest evolution of HTC’s proprietary user interface. HTC Edge Sense gives users control over some features of the device by squeezing the handset to access certain applications.

The leakster, LlabTooFeR, tweeted that the 6GB RAM, 128GB storage variant of the HTC U 11 will be available in China, India, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and the Philippines. It may be made available in other countries too as LlabTooFeR explains this list is not exhaustive. Unfortunately, although we may know some of the countries where the higher memory HTC U 11 will be available, we do not know when this variant could be released nor how much it will cost. The 4GB RAM, 64GB storage HTC U 11 is available for $649 unlocked from HTC in America. 

SOURCE [LlabTooFeR on Twitter]
VIA [Android Authority]

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