HTC U 11 is one of the next flagship phones that got everybody’s attention recently. Judging by some recent benchmarks that got published on Geekbench, it is going to be a handset to kill for once it gets unveiled on May 16.
The device that got to light there is featured under the name HTC CBP and it obtained interesting scores: 1912 for a single core performance and 6137 for the multi-core one. These results place the phone on the same rank with the S8 and S8 Plus devices released by Samsung.
The posting has shown that it will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, together with 4 GB RAM and the latest Android Nougat 7.1.1. All these specs seem to confirm all the rumors we have been recently hearing, so this is all the more reason to believe that this is indeed the HTC U 11.
HTC itself teased a new feature that they are going to implement for the HTC U 11. The new feature seems to be a new squeeze control, which allows you to hold the sides of your devices and gripthem in order to scroll through menus or to make selections. People also expect the company to make some significant improvements to the audio hardware that should be built in.
According to other rumors that are going around, the device will feature a 5.5 inches screen and perhaps we might even see a secondary display. In fact, the secondary display was also present on the HTC U Ultra device that was presented earlier this year. However, there are no details about these speculations on the Geekbench device log.
Even so, we know for sure that the team will need to bring something unique and impressive if they want to gain success with their new model.