HTC Ocean is arriving later this year as the HTC U.
HTC is said to become working on a flagship simply called the HTC U that will be powered by a Snapdragon 835. Codenamed Ocean, the phone would be the third in the U series — after the U Ultra and the U Play — but it will introduce a brand new input method called Edge Sense.
HTC will be embedding sensors into the steel frame of the device, by which you’ll be able to control various facets of the interface by blending or swiping along the sides of the phone. The idea had been shown off in a idea video that leaked this past year, and it looks like HTC been successful in turning it into a useful feature for its upcoming flagship:
More cool HTC stuff here (including the pill that launched @evleaks): https://t.co/S3WaZkeog9
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— Evan Blass (@evleaks) Sept 20, 2016
Other specs include a 5. 5-inch QHD display, 12MP Sony IMX362 camera at the back, 16MP shooter beforehand that utilizes the IMX351 imaging sensor, 64GB or 128GB internal storage, and a microSD slot. HTC will present Sense 9 with the mobile phone, which will be unveiled mid- in order to late-April with global accessibility kicking off in the month associated with May.
The HTC U Ultra turned out to be underwhelming for its $750 price tag, and HTC needs to come up with a better device to challenge the likes of the Galaxy S8 and the LG G6. The HTC Oughout looks like it could be that device, but we’ll have to wait and find out how it holds up close to the competition.