HTC A11 Will Arrive With 64-Bit Processor


The A11 is a HTC new phone revealed in a tweet recently. The phone will be the member of entry-level/mid-range Desire lineup, featuring 4.7-inch QWVGA (480 x 854) display. What’s special about the phone is the upgraded Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8916 quad-core processor, with 64-bit support and 1.4GHz clock rate.

The Adreno 306 GPU is also supposedly faster than the standard Adreno 305 on Snapdragon 400. Other hardware specs include 0.3Mp front-facing camera and 5Mp rear-facing camera without flash. The HTC Sense 6.0 UI will be placed on top of the Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system. Like most HTC models, the A11 will be equipped with ODM Compal’s front-facing BoomSound dual speakers.

The HTC A11 may arrive to Sprint in the United States, boasting its 64-capability. The Android platform itself inherits the 64-support from the Linux kernel and Qualcomm has deployed 64-bit capability into some of its mobile processor models. Two other models, the Snapdragon 610 and Snapdragon 810 will also have 64-bit capability. The A11 may disappoint with its low resolution screen and the processor won’t offer the kind of performance delivered by the 6xx and 8xx families, but it could still be an interesting model if priced properly.

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