"Details of 5.2" HTC U11 Life revised, pic included

James Marshall
August 11, 2017

The site also shared a photo of what appears to be the front of the U11 Life, and it does look similar to the HTC U11. The leaked image of the phone suggests that its frontside resembles with HTC U11 and HTC 10 from the previous year. The handset is praised for its stunning looks and impeccable camera performance combined with the edge-sense features. Basically, the technology allows users to squeeze the frame of the phone to trigger apps and or shortcuts. This is expected to be sort of a mid-range device from the company. Sadly, we don't know what graphics processing unit or how much RAM HTC U11 Life will feature but this information will surely be unveiled during the upcoming future. The rear side of the smartphone is also flanked with a 16-megapixel camera that is coupled with phase detection autofocus.

Under the hood, the HTC U11 Life is said to feature mid-range specs. Around a month, the rumor mill had revealed the leaked specifications of the HTC Ocean Life smartphone.

Alas, there are no words on actual pricing or a release date, and the previously rumored Snapdragon 660 processor is replaced with a slightly humbler-sounding SD630 silicon in the latest piece of gossip based on credible inside information. This means that water and dust won't affect it too much.

While it will be a mid-range product, it will still feature luxuries like IP67 certification and will also come bundled with HTC's USonic earphones with active noise cancellation. This also suggests that the handset won't feature a 3.5mm headphone jack and will only feature a single USB Type-C port like the original U11 flagship.

As far as the availability of this smartphone goes, it has been reported that it will be available through T-Mobile in the U.S. However, it looks like the unlocked variants will be sold through the company's official website as well. However, the smartphone will be known under the HTC U11 Life brand name.

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