The Taiwan manufacturer HTC has been being reported to bring a new smartphone with a bezel-less display since few weeks. Basically, this is rumored to become an upgraded version of U11, allegedly called as U11 Plus, and to bring 2:1 ratio display to follow the current market standard. Now, an unknown device dubbed as “HTC 2Q4D200″ has been certified by 3C, most probably a Chinese variant of U11 Plus.
It will worth noting that the same device also grabbed Bluetooth certificate from SIG authority with model number “2Q3FXXX”, that belongs to T-Mobiles, either should be reserved for the global variant. As usual, most of the specs are still unknown. One thing that 3C certification has confirmed is obvious fast charging (up to 12v==1.7A) for an Android flagship, Moreover, recent SIG certification had confirmed Bluetooth 5.0.
Furthermore, the device is rumored to bring 5.99-inch 1440 x 2880p QHD+ display, Snapdragon 835 processor, 6GB RAM either 64GB or 128GB storage. The rear camera is presumed to be a 12MP sensor whereas, front-facing camera will be taken care by an 8MP snapper. All in all, there aren’t many changes if we compare it with original U11, but it is speculated to be unwrapped with brand new design and edge to edge display. Besides, we have no information available regarding its official launch.