We've been hearing about the "HTC Ocean" for months, and just the other day HTC finally teased it as part of the U line. We believed at the time it would simply be called the HTC U, but our old friend Evan Blass says the final name will be "HTC U 11." It's apparently HTC's way of bridging its old and new naming scheme.
Calling this the U 11 could mean HTC sees this as the true successor to the HTC 10 of 2016. That makes the U Ultra... I don't know, something else. The U 11, if indeed that is the name, will allegedly have a 5.5-inch screen. Blass says it will ship in five different colors: white, black, blue, red, and silver. However, not all colors will be available in all markets.
— HTC (@htc) April 20, 2017
The teaser video confirms the pressure sensitive frame of this phone, which can trigger actions on the device when you give it a squeeze. HTC is expected to announce the phone, whatever it's called, on May 16th.