HTC U11 Life to launch later this year
The HTC U11, HTC’s flagship has been subject to much appreciation and admiration and has been very well recieved by the public, and now, HTC looks to add one more device to its U-brand before 2017 finally comes to a hault. Previous links have suggested that this phone might come out as the HTC Ocean Life, however, now, many sources have started to confirm that the phone will actually come out at the HTC U11 Life, rather then the previously suggested HTC Ocean Life.
As some of the images have suggested, the HTC U11 Life will also feature the same front panel that the HTC U11 and the HTC 10 have featured. The phone will feature a 5.2 Full HD display, and below this full HD display will be the presence of a fingerprint scanner. Above it, you’ll find the presence of an earpiece and a 16MP front facing selfie camera, much like the original HTC U11. The camera on the rear end of the phone is also that of 16MP with the presence of phase detection auto-focus. Both the cameras are impressive to say the least.
The HTC U11 Life will also come with Edge Sense, clearly indicating HTC’s plans to bring this unique feature even to non-flagship phones. It is indeed good news that the HTC U11 Life will also feature with Edge Sense because using this feature in the HTC U11 was a delight for pretty much everyone.
In more depth analysis of the phone, the U11 Life is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 630 Mobile Platform, which differs from the Snapdragon 660 that the phone was reported to feature in July. How much the RAM will be is unknown at this time, however the phone will sport 32GB of storage, and come with the option of enhancing the storage to a whooping 2TB through the microSD card slot.
The HTC U11 Life features IP67 certfication, with the inclusion of HTC USonic earbuds with active noise cancellation. Due to the presence of the USonic earbuds, many of us are left to believe that the U11 Life will not come with the headphone jack, which might seem to be plausible at this time, however, of no avail until it is actually confirmed.