HTC looks set to launch a trio of new smartphones at a special event on January 12th, including a new flagship smartphone and a larger 'phablet' phone to take on Samsung's Galaxy Note range.
A fresh leak has revealed the Taiwanese company’s codenames for each of the new devices.
Internally, the upcoming HTC 11 has been dubbed 'E66', the new mid–range HTC One X10 is tagged as the 'Alpine' and the recently rumoured HTC U Ultra is seemingly provisionally titled the 'Ocean Note'.
This is the first time we’ve had clear details of exactly what HTC will show off next week.
The HTC 11 will be an update to last year’s impressive HTC 10, with a 5.5–inch screen and the latest Qualcomm processor.
The HTC One X10 will have the same–size screen, but feature a less powerful Mediatek chipset, with a 16.3-megapixel camera round the back and a 7.9-megapixel selfie camera up front.
The heavily trailed HTC U Ultra will come with a large six–inch display and USB–C port for fast charging.
HTC is said to have ditched the headphone slot in this handset, aping Apple’s controversial move with its iPhone 7.
All devices will run Google Android, although it's unclear whether this will be the latest Nougat version.