HTC U11 Eyes Smartphone Coming to China Dylan Duarte January 15, 2018 News The HTC U11 Eyes is designed around taking selfies. The front has two 5-megapixel cameras that both feature HDR boost, a bokeh mode that allows you to adjust the depth-of-field in your photos (both while the picture is being taken and afterwards, which is helpful), and a beauty mode that, while we don’t have the details, HTC says will let users create “spectacular” selfies. The HTC U11 is a mid-range device, not that there’s anything wrong with that. It’s got a Snapdragon 652 processor, a 6-inch screen, 12MP rear camera, face unlock, and Edge Sense, which allows you to perform various functions by squeezing the sides of the device. It’s resistant to water and dust and has an impressive 3,930mAh battery, which should keep it running for a while. It’s not all wine and roses, however, as the phone lacks a 3.5mm headphone jack and the fingerprint sensor is located on the back of the phone, which has proved to be fairly unpopular with users. The phone comes in red, silver, and black, and will go on sale in Hong Kong this Wednesday and the rest of China later this month for HK$3,898 for the 64GB model. As of right now, there’s no reason to believe we’ll see the phone outside of China. Share This With The World!