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HTC dual selfie camera with 6GB RAM could arrive soon, NCC approval suggest

22 May 2019 3

As per the recent happenings, it seems that HTC would be coming up with a very interesting new smartphone with model 2Q7A100, which gets hinted through the National Communication Commission (NCC) certification authority in Taiwan. We could notice the design of the device through a schematic which shows the dual front-facing cameras.

The company launched HTC U11 Eyes offering 5MP dual selfie cameras with Snapdragon 652 SoC and this new phone passing through the certification could possibly be a successor to the aforementioned smartphone.


Interestingly, we get to know a little about the device through schematic diagram which suggests the presence of bezels on both the top and bottom edges of the device. This is not the first time the device is popping up online. Last month it got listed on AnTuTu benchmarking listings that suggested that it would offer full HD+ display with 1080x2160 pixels with 18:9 aspect ratio.

The benchmarking listing suggests that HTC 2Q7A100 would be fueled by Snapdragon 710 SoC coupled with 6GB RAM. Likewise, talking about the internal storage capacity available, the phone could get 128 GB of storage and Android 9 Pie coming out of the box.

Are you excited about the launch of this HTC phone? Share your views in the comment section below.

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HTC dual selfie camera with 6GB RAM could arrive soon, NCC approval suggest
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MarkJosh
MarkJosh

It'd be interesting to see more dual front cameras coming out. As per a report last week, in the next 3 years there will be nearly half the phones with triple rear sensors. But still not major development in the front camera setup.

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