HTC receives CCC certification for a new smartphone

- Adrian Ungureanu

Taiwan’s HTC just got a China Compulsory Certificate (CCC) for a new smartphone, which is said to be HTC Ocean Harmony, so is expected to be part of the HTC U11 series.

They say that at this point there’s no turning back and the smartphone will be inevitably launch and it could happen anytime soon. Well, it was expected that HTC would launch three new smartphones by the end of the year, before the HTC U11+ and U11 Life were unveiled a month ago.

According to the available details so far, the smartphone will be powered by a Snapdragon 652, coupled with 4 gigs of RAM and 64 GB storage. The Chinese media suggests that it’ll also have a variant equipped with Snapdragon 660, which is the best chipset for the mid-range smartphone. The phone, codenamed HTC 2Q4R400, is expected to have 5.99” bezel-less screen like the one in HTC U11+.

Chinese media suggests the lite phone will have another version with Snapdragon 660 and will cost a bit more. The 652-powered HTC is going to have a price tag of CNY2,599 or almost $400 while the more powerful variant will be CNY3,599 or about $540.