We already knew HTC is working on an Android One smartphone dubbed U11 Life. In fact, the device has already had most of its key specs leaked. However, there has been no word on its pricing and availability.
Well, that was until now, as a new report is suggesting the phone will be made official at the company’s November 2 event (alongside the U11 Plus). The report also says pricing would be around 400 in Europe.
The complete spec sheet has been revealed as well, most of which is inline with what all has been already leaked. The info includes 5.2-inch full HD display, Snapdragon 630 SoC, and 3GB/32GB memory configuration. The handset features a 16MP main camera with HDR and 4K support. The selfie camera is also 16MP. OS is said to be Oreo, and battery capacity is 2,600mAh.
Other key details the report confirms include NFC, Bluetooth 5.0, USB Type-C port, USonic headphones, IP67-certification for dust and water proofing, and home button-embedded fingerprint sensor. Color options for the phone include Sapphire Blue and Ice White.