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The image reveals what looks to be glass on the front and back, but without the screen being switched on, it's hard to tell exactly where the display begins and ends.
Thanks to a photo tweeted by Evan Blass the other day, we managed to catch a glimpse of the HTC U "Ocean" handset which is supposed to be HTC's flagship handset. It is possible this very home button may also house the fingerprint sensor. While some information was already known about the device, we have recently seen some leaks into the overall design of the smartphone.
But the phone main selling point is probably going to be the touch-sensitive frame or Edge Sense, which allows users to perform certain actions by using gestures like swiping or squeezing.
What HTC is calling "Edge Sense" utilizes sensors embedded into the frame of the smartphone to create a new interaction process for mobile devices. The smartphone, as Blass predicts, which is often accurate will come packed with a 5.5-inch WQHD display with 2560x1440 pixel resolution. Most reviewers have deemed the HTC 10 as the ideal Android smartphone package because it features everything you would want, right down to the promise of receiving security and software updates after Pixel devices. HTC U might also integrate a special Sense AI Assistant to challenge the likes of Samsung Bixby, Google Assistant, Apple Siri, etc.
HTC is widely believed to be planning something big for its next-generation flagship device. We expect the HTC U to be widely available in the USA at launch, although it remains to be seen if all major United States carriers will sell the device or if it only be available from a select few.