HTC are back at it again with the release of the HTC 11, also referred to as the HTC U. This new HTC will be the successor to the HTC 10 and is likely to be released at the end of April/beginning of May. There are high hopes for this new device as the HTC 10 was a massive success. Shop cases today.

However, insight rumours suggest the actual name for the new smartphone won’t be the HTC 11, but the HTC U.

What can we expect from the design?HTC 10

The smartphone market is becoming very much the same. Designs, features and processors all resemble each other, but can we expect any different from HTC? It seems not, however the design does seem sophisticated and stylish. Add your own twist to your HTC phone with our personalised cases. Find out more.


  • Glass back
  • Edge-to-edge screen
  • Water & dust resistance

Rumours suggest that there will be a fingerprint sensor and home button on the front, very much resembling iPhone models. Many sources have said that the phone will be IP57 certified meaning it can be submerged in water for 30 minutes without damage. This would be an exciting innovation from HTC.

Stepping up the gameNew release of the HTC smartphone

The HTC 10 has a screen size of 5.2 inches and it seems they will finally be following leading industry providers with a 5.5 inch screen with their latest release.  From what we’ve heard, the phone could either have screen resolution of 1440 x 2560, or an unusual resolution of 1556 x 2550.

That would suggest a strange aspect ratio; however it is not impossible as we have seen with the LG G6 and Samsung Galaxy S8. Continue reading.

The rear of the device is rumoured to feature a 12 megapixel camera, whereas the front will handle all of those selfies with an eight megapixel camera. This see’s a slight improvement from HTC’s previous smartphones. You can capture memorable pictures on your phone and create a phone case to last you a lifetime. Click here to begin designing for only £14.95.