While the HTC U11 EYEs hasn't actually been revealed at this point, Chinese media have already received invitations to an HTC event that is expected to reveal the Harmony. The smartphone is now leaked in HD renders along with some important specifications. If true, it means the U11 EYEs likely won't support Project Treble; only devices that ship with Android Oreo are required to support the protocol, which is created to speed up the rate at which Android devices receive major software updates. Moreover, it will come with 4GB RAM and 64GB expandable storage. The Taiwanese manufacturer has been teasing the launch of a new smartphone and has just posted a "save the date" invite on its official Weibo account. Despite the 6-inch Super LCD display the front bezels seems to be thinner and the corners are noticeably rounded off. It will be available in Black, Silver and Red and will likely cost CNY 3,300 (or around 420). It should be noted that One M8 was HTC's one and only dual camera smartphone and it was launched back in 2014. The Snapdragon 652 is a mid-range processor, but that should really be a big deal when it comes to day to day use.
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