Download: Get Your Hands On Every HTC U11 Wallpaper

You can get your hands on every HTC U11 wallpaper right now if you feel so inclined, as the wallpapers coming straight from the device have been uploaded to the web for anyone who wants to have them on their own device. If you love the wallpapers, but aren't so keen on grabbing the HTC U11 just to get them, then this is your lucky day. You'll be able to grab each and every image from down below in the gallery, though if you'd rather download all of them at once instead of going through and downloading them one by one from the gallery, you can grab the ZIP file that contains them by hitting the button below instead.

Included in this set is a collection of varied yet all extremely colorful and vibrant wallpapers with some of them carrying a sort of Material Design look. HTC officially announced the HTC U11 earlier this morning, or last night depending on how you look at it as the event happened at about 2AM Pacific Standard Time. With the announcement happening that much earlier before the present time it isn't too shocking to see that the wallpapers have already been dumped onto the internet for anyone that cares to get a hold of them, and before long it's entirely possible that someone may share other files from the device as well, like the phone's ringtones and notifications sounds.

While consumers can't get their hands on the HTC U11 just yet, the device is said to go on sale in the U.S. sometime this month at a price of $649, and it will be available in an Unlocked version as well as through Sprint, and Verizon according to the HTC Store listing for the phone as Verizon is listed as an option. The HTC U11 is HTC's latest flagship device, including top-tier specifications like the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and Adreno 540 GPU for the graphics processing, as well as 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage space, and a seemingly stellar rear-facing camera as it reportedly received a score of 90 from DxO Mark, which is the highest score to date just barely edging out the Pixel devices that carry a score of 89.

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