HTC Ocean Note phablet is being rumored to hit the deck as the HTC U Ultra, as the latest leak states. “For you” on the January 12, HTC has a launch event where it is expected to reveal the new Ocean line and a HTC U Ultra moniker that would fall in line with the name of the event. The HTC smartphone line dubbed “Ocean” rumors have been making rounds for few months now and the company is expecting to reveal three of their devices in the next week, Ocean note, Ocean smart and Ocean master.

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HTC in past among the top leaders for few years. Where HTC M7 making some waves in the market with its neat metallic design, then there was when HTC gradually fell in a decreasing spiral and was failed in keeping up with the dominant players like Samsung and Apple. The HTC 10 did increased some interest ion the consumer`s mind but it was not enough for HTC to get back in the game. A high end pixel and pixel XL smartphones was made recently by the company for Google, but the Brand name is nowhere to be found on the handsets. However, the new devices called Pixels prove to be HTC Top notch handset and the new Ocean HTC line could mark its return as the top player on the competitive market.

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HTC U Ultra or HTC Ocean Note?

In the recent rumors HTC Ocean has been on the center stage but the latest rumor reveals that its official name is in fact HTC U Ultra. It came from the serial tipster onLeaks, will tells that the information is from an unproven source that said it`s highly desirable to take this rumor as a grain of salt. The claim for the 6-inch display rumor mentions that it is larger than expected, as the previous rumors were said to be the screen with 5.5inches, nevertheless, the lacking of echoes in the headphone jack earlier rumor that purported that the HTC Ocean Note may follow the iPhone 7 series and the HTC Bolt  in trenching the 3.5mm headphone jack. Rather the HTC Ocean Note or the HTC U Ultra is expected to sport a USB Type-C port for the charging, audio and data transfer.

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Keeping aside the rumors for the smartphone which includes the lack of Headphone jack and the USB Type-C port, the HTC U Ultra/HTC Ocean Note is also rumored to be featuring a curved edge display similar to the Samsung smartphone Galaxy S7 edge. However, HTC will seemingly offer an official screen protector to protect the smartphone display from breaking up. According to the recent rumors HTC is also working on improving the camera and the company tried to offer something different in this particular department and coming up with a 4 megapixel UltraPixel cameras which has the aim to capture better images by letting more light in.

UltaPixel camera was not much appreciated by others. Nonetheless, HTC is seemingly moving on the other ideas that said which recently came to light thst HTC U Ultra/HTC Ocean note have the highest of DxOMark camera score, even leaving behind Google Pixel smartphone that has the score of 89 which took great photos. It is also rumored to rock the new HTC Sense Touch UI which states that it allows for easier navigation with the touch and gesture.

The new UI may would maximize the edge-to-edge experience of display and offer the improved features comparing to the current version of the device called the HTC Sense. HTC may likely to be looking to fill up the gap which is left by the ill-fated Samsung Galaxy note 7 by positioning its new HTC U ultra as the must have flagship phablet. None of the additional information is available at this point and nothing is official yet so treat all rumors according to the need. However, HTC big Jan 12 launch event is around the corner and we will get the official news soon.

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