As we're waiting for HTC to announce some new hardware, new HTC concept images surfaced. The devices we'll talk about today are third-party concept images, these devices are not going to be launched or anything of the sort, but concept designs are always interesting to watch, mainly because they let us drool over sleek-looking products which are oftenly somewhat unrealistic, as they tend to be quite futuristic. Today's designs come from the 'DesignedbyHege' website, and they show off the HTC Quest series of devices, read on.
The HTC Quest series consists out of three smartphones (HTC Thunder, HTC Fury and HTC Storm), all of which you can check out in the gallery down below. These three smartphones are quite similar in terms of the design, but there are some differences. The first smartphone sports three capacitive buttons below the display, while the other two do not. All three devices come with front-facing speakers, and extremely thin bezels all around. The designer also envisioned some specs for these three smartphones, and interestingly enough, specs seem to be the same for all three devices. According to the designer, these three phones sport a 5.5-inch QHD AMOLED displays, while they're fueled by the Snapdragon 835 64-bit octa-core processors. The devices packs in 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The 3,900mAh battery packs are included here as well, and so is Qualcomm's Quick Charge 4.0 fast charging solution. On the back of the HTC Quest series, you can find 16-megapixel snappers, while an 8-megapixel camera is placed up front on all three devices
Android 8.0 OS comes pre-installed on these devices, says the designer, and Corning's Gorilla Glass 6 protection is applied on top of their displays. Quad Dolby Audio BoomSound speakers are implemented on the front side of the HTC Quest devices, and the fingerprint scanner is embedded in their displays. The LED notification light is also a part of the offering, and the device comes in Black, Silver and White colors. We've included a number of images in the gallery for you to check out, and the promo video has also been embedded down below, just in case you're interested. Once again, these are just concept smartphones that will never become a reality, even though it would be really nice to see such designs out there, of course.