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HTC Pops Up With All New ‘Squeezable’ U11 Halo Smartphone

May 20, 2017 01:01 PM EDT


The release of HTC U11 Halo Smartphone has been officially announced. The phone will bag high-end features alongside the highly rated squeezable property added to it.

Rumors had aired a month ago when HTC was lining up a new series of Smartphone with stellar features. The U11 Halo device can be squeezed literally using a 'squeeze' function incorporated in it. The device also supports dual hot word for Google assistant and Amazon Alexa, World News reported.

The liquid glass design emits a shiny glow that is bound to catch one's eyes. The design renders the device smooth with added brightness. HTC U11 Halo stands at 5.5" bordered with regular bezels from top to bottom. A trademark HTC button right at the bottom center along with power button will be included.

HTC U11 Halo will be packed with latest technologies and impressive graphics. The device will run on Android 7.0 Nougat with future update facility. Snapdragon 835 OS will bolster the CPU of the device and Adreno 540 GPU is rumored to be incorporated.

The device will come in two variants of 64GB and 128GB respectively with a microSD slot for higher external storage. The internal storage will run on 4GB RAM, as mentioned in Digital Trends. The rear snapper of HTC U11 Halo will sport a 12MP sensor housing optical stabilization. However, the front snapper will amaze users with its 16MP wide-image sensor.

To top it off, HTC U11 Halo will come with Edge Sense technology rendering the device flexible. One can squeeze and manipulate the functional properties of the device. The IP67 rating shows the resilience and durability of the device making it formidable against water and dust.

This will be HTC's umpteenth high-range Smartphone series, although few innovative features can lure customers into buying it. The cost of HTC U11 Halo has not been fixed yet and will be launched in different parts of the World as per schedule.

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