The new line of HTC’s two upcoming handsets are going to be launched this January 12th, at the HTC’s official hosting event, which would be the HTC U Ultra (or Ocean Note) and the HTC U Play.
The HTC U Ultra is also been code named as ‘HTC Ocean Note’, which is a stunning 6 inches long phablet. Just as anticipated, it has a lot of interesting and highly impressive features. For instance, it comes with the best camera of highest DxOMark score, out there in the market, as it is already rumored. The DxOMark has the most valued industry standards for the camera performance and image quality. As of now the Google Pixel with 12.3 megapixel camera has the highest DxOMark score of 89.
Regarding the latest information about this new launch of HTC Ocean Note is that it will be equipped with the same camera, which is used in the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, with a little fine twist. Thus, we can expect an improved camera performance for a better experience. HTC Ocean Note’s primary camera would be 13 MP on the rear, and 8 MP on the secondary one for a good selfie.
This handset comes with 6 inch full HD display featuring S-LCD, Capacitive Multi touch and a screen resolution of 2560×1440 pixels with a pixel density of 490 PPI.
It is expected to sport an enhanced powerful performance that relies on those in-built Snapdragon 821 chipset, 4GB RAM, 64 GB Internal storage and an updated Operating System Android v7.0 Nougat. With all the above exciting features it is also equipped with a long lasting 4000mAh battery.
Moreover it comes with the Secondary ticker display, which can show-off notifications and shortcuts for apps, alerts, battery status, weather updates, settings for camera and quick-launch tools.
‘Rumors’: who knows? Sometimes it might be factual!
- Qualcomm’s powerful new Snapdragon 835 processor;
- Dual-camera with 24 MP and 13 MP on the rear;
- 16-megapixel front facing camera;
- Featured with 3.5 mm audio jack.
Hence, it is apparently seen that this new launch is surely going to be a hit among the other forthcoming launches of this year.