Unlike the 5.2-inch display on the HTC 10, The HTC 11 comes with an increased 5.5-inch display
, but it carries over the Super LCD technology from its predecessor. The resolution of the display is QHD (2560x1440 pixels) that gives it a pixel density of 534 PPI. The viewing angles of the display are excellent as there is no colour shift even when viewed from the extreme angles. The display does not perform as good as the AMOLED
s under the sunlight, but one can easily read the content with ease under direct sunlight. The HTC 11 brings a significant change in the camera department. It comes with dual 12MP camera on the back that will be used for giving the images a DSLR-like bokeh effect. The camera interface is pretty easy to use, and it gives plenty of options to the user to tune the camera before capturing the image. A front-facing camera is an 8-megapixel unit with OIS and autofocus. Hence, selfie lovers will appreciate the HTC 11 secondary camera.