HTC announced on Twitter that the HTC U11 will be updated in the next few months will be able to shoot videos at 60 frames per second to get a clearer picture in the videos. This is a new record that the company has achieved with this handset. It has been able to offer unique imaging capabilities in both still images and video clips, with the phone’s camera ranking first in the DxOMark rating.
The company already offers the ability to shoot videos at 30 frames and 120 frames per second, and with the advantages of optical stability and advanced audio features, it offers one of the best camera experiences in the market.
The HTC U11 was unveiled last May and features a 5.5-inch QHD screen, a 12-megapixel camera, a Snapdragon 835 processor and a 3000 mA battery. The most common feature of the device is the squeeze feature, which is the sensors on either side of the phone that can run applications or run the Smart Assistant.