An HTC device with model number 2QR400 has just been presented on the tables of 3C in China. Speculation has it that this device is the alleged HTC Ocean Harmony. In the past, three HTC devices were rumoured to launch shortly. Two of these devices dubbed Ocean Master, Ocean Lite already appeared on the horizon as HTC U11+ and HTC U11 Life. Since the HTC Ocean Master didn’t show up, it is expected that this 3C certified device is that phone.

The 3C document itself reveals precious little in way of the specs. However, we can see that its charger will support Quick Charge 3.0. Obviously, that won’t be enough to satiate our voracious appetite for new smartphone leaks.

So, here is what’s been circulating in the airwaves. The HTC Ocean Harmony will come with the now standard Full HD+ resolution and an 18:9 aspect ratio. As for the processor, it is tipped to be a Snapdragon 652 SoC totting device assisted by 4 GB RAM and 64 GB native storage. A beefed up version with Snapdragon 660 and 6 GB of RAM is also being rumoured to accompany the handset. The device will sport a 3,930 mAh battery and feature a squeezable frame for Edge Sense.

Camera-wise, we’ll be looking at the same setup as the HTC U11 + for the rear. While the front may house dual cameras. This could be true as it is presumed to be a toned-down HTC U11 +. If rumours are right, then the 6 GB variant of Ocean Harmony will cost 2,599 Yuan($393) and the regular variant will be priced 3,599 Yuan ($544).