HTC is all set to announce its all new smartphones; HTC Alpine (HTC U Play), HTC Ocean Note (HTC U Ultra) and HTC E66 (HTC X10) at an event that is scheduled to take place on January 12th. Rumors about these handsets are going around for quite some time now, and just two days before these smartphones go official to the world, we gathered more details about their specifications in detail. Let’s dig little deep into the specs of these smartphones.

HTC U Play aka HTC Alpine: The HTC U Play sports a 5.2-inches Full HD display and is powered by the MediaTek MT6735 Helio P10 SoC with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage. In the camera department, it has a 16-megapixel rear shooter and the same 16-megapixel on the front for your selfies and video chats. It has a Fingerprint sensor position on the front. Just like the HTC 10 Evo and Bolt, the HTC U Play lacks the 3.5mm audio jack. A 2,500mAh battery is on board for all the battery requirements.

HTC U Play

HTC U Ultra aka HTC Ocean: Going by the name, we expected the HTC Ocean to be a mid-ranger, but it looks like HTC is going full out with this one. It is expected to pack a 6-inch Quad-HD display and underneath is the new all 10 nm chipset Snapdragon 835 that powers the HTC Ocean. However, we expected Samsung or LG to use this newest Qualcomm chipset, but it looks like the Taiwan company is way ahead.

HTC Ocean

The HTC U Ultra packs a 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage that might have a microSD card slot for memory expansion. In the camera department, it has 24-megapixel+13-megapixel rear dual cameras, and on the front, it has a 16-megapixel shooter for selfies and video calls. It also has a Fingerprint sensor located on the back side and a massive 4000mAh battery. Just like HTC U Play, the HTC U Ultra lacks 3.5mm audio jack.

HTC X10: Unlike the HTC U-series, the HTC X10 packs a 3.5mm audio jack. It sports a 5.5-inches display and is powered by the MediaTek Helio P10 SoC coupled with 3GB RAM. All these smartphones are expected to go official on January 12th which is just 1 day away from now, so we should know more about them very soon.