Recently, the new flagship from Taiwanese handset maker, HTC U11 has been doing the rounds of Internet owing to a Geekbench leak. The leak already confirmed the specifications of the handset, which have been revealed several times before as well. A month ago, the same handset turned up in Antutu benchmarking with HTC CBP code name. Today, we came across another Antutu Benchmarking image, which shows the name of the handset as HTC | U-3F. However, the leak corroborates what we already know about the device, which is it would feature Android 7.1.1 Nougat, Snapdragon 835 processor with 4 GB of RAM, Quad HD display, 16 Megapixels rear camera and 12 Megapixels front with 64 GB of internal memory. Looking at these specifications, we can safely assume that HTC is going all the way to counter competition from the likes of Samsung Galaxy S8.
Another image doing the rounds of Internet is the retail box labeling of the flagship, which practically confirms all specifications of the handset including the ones mentioned above. It also reveals that the handset will have IP57 build quality, Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, HTC Boomsound and fingerprint scanner, among others. One of the interesting reveals by this image is that the handset will come with Edge Sense technology, as was rumoured. HTC has also released a teaser video asking viewers to save the May 16, 2017 date and showing a number of hands squeezing different objects. This also corroborates the rumour that the new handset will come devoid of any physical button, instead it will flaunt edge sensors, which users will need to squeeze, to perform tasks like power off and volume control. If indeed HTC has managed to come up with such technology, not only would it be one of a kind but the button-less form factor will make the U11 sleekest and best looking handset in the market.