We all know that the Taiwanese company HTC is going through the difficult times. But, it’s rumoured device HTC Ocean Note which is said to have very interesting features that would really change its situation and fulfil its crisis.
HTC Ocean Note To Feature Improved Camera And Curved Screen
We know that HTC will not go well at things in regards to the mobile field, but we also know that they will not surrender and will continue to launch devices to the market. Thanks to T3 have known the leak of a new device whose arrival on the market would be more than imminent.
The HTC OCean Note will feature, Ocean Note as the name, but there is some mess about the device as it is expected that the device may also be known as HTC 11, which we already met some internal specifications.
If so, it would be necessary to find out if the Ocean Note is only a codename or HTC have decided to change the name to try to keep it away from the failure that its predecessor, the HTC 10 has.
Anyway, we will not take too long to find out for sure, it is the filtration that speaks of an official presentation of the new device to be held on January 12. After that only we can confirm or deny the features already discussed that will have the new HTC product.
These specifications speak of a screen between 5.5 and 5.7 inches with curved ends style seen on the Galaxy Edge models. The primary strength or the feature of the Ocean Note will be the main camera, which will mount a high-end DxOMark sensor capable of offering better performance than the one seen in the Google Pixel.
It seems that the idea of HTC has been to mount a high-performance camera and combine it with UltraPixel technology for best results. All this makes us think that the idea of the Taiwanese company is to bet everything to seduce the lovers of the photos in mobile devices, a strategy that is not bad to judge by the great mass of users that form this group.
The analysis of this mysterious device ends with the presence of a USB-C port that will serve to recharge energy and also for connecting headphones. The absence of jack is not new for HTC, since it already joined with the Evo 10 model, but serves to confirm that this will be the trend of the future on mobile devices.