Mobiles Tech News HTC U11 EYEs Coming on January 15: Specs and Features By Krishanu Chatterjee Posted on 1 week ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr HTC will launch the all-new HTC U11 EYEs on January 15 in a confirmation coming directly from the Taiwanese major. We had covered the report in early December of last year when the device was rumored to have great selfie cameras onboard. The teaser unveiled by the company also shows off the fact that the device will indeed have great selfie shooters. First reported by PlayfulDroid, the model has the word EYE in it and this might be the operative part. From what we could spot on the teaser, the phone may well arrive with dual selfie cameras. HTC U11 EYEs Specs and Features From what we know, this is the model which was earlier reported as the HTC Ocean Harmony. This new phone will feature a splendid 5.99-inch Full HD+ display that will also boast a screen resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. Besides, there is also onboard the superb aspect ratio of 18:9 while it rocks the all-new Super LCD-5 display panel. The users will also hopefully like the bezel-less design, similar to what we have last seen in the HTC U11+. We can hazard a guess or two about the price tag as well; the Snapdragon 652 variant of the new U11 EYEs may come for 2,599 Yuan (which is approx. Rs 25,513) while the more advanced Snapdragon 660 model may come for 3,599 Yuan (or approx. Rs 35,330). The invite to the HTC U11 EYEs As far as the hardware front is concerned, the new HTC U11 EYEs will have two Qualcomm Snapdragon versions: one with the SD 652 and another with Snapdragon 660 chipset variants. The Snapdragon 652 will work in tandem with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal or native storage; the Snapdragon 660 variant will boast 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of native storage. Besides the 3930mAh battery and the Edge Sense technology, the new HTC U11 EYEs will also have OIS enabled 12-megapixel rear primary camera as well as dual 5-megapixel front-facing cameras. Stay tuned for more.