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HTC U11 Life details leaked thanks to T-Mobile

The HTC U11 Life smartphone is couple of days away from its official announcement. Ahead of that, T-Mobile mistakenly listed details of this Android Phone at its website.

The page has since been taken down, but screenshots were already captured. Starting with the OS, the handset was listed with Android 7.1.X Nougat OS with HTC Sense. Initially, the U11 Life was expected with Android 8.0 but this is not the case here.

A snapshot also confirms (sort of) presence of Edge sense feature. The handset will have pressure-sensitive squeeze area on its frame, using which, one can access favorite application or shortcuts.

The The HTC U11 Life specs will include 5.2-inch display and will be powered by octa-core Snapdragon 630 SoC. It will have 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage and allow further expansion up to 2TB using MicroSDXC card.

It will have single Nano SIM slot and support 4G VoLTE. A 2600 mAh battery will power the hardware. It is said to offer 13 – 17 hours of usage or about 672 hours of standby time.

The U11 Life listing at T-Mobile also reveals presence of 16MP front and rear cameras, with primary one supporting Auto Focus, LED Flash. It should support 4K video recording as the chipset is more than capable.

Connectivity wise, it supports Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Wi-Fi Calling 2.0, NFC, USB 2.0 Type-C, Bluetooth V5.0 and GPS. There will be a fingerprint sensor as well.

The HTC U11 Life will be officially announced on November 2, 2017. We can get official confirmation on specs and price, which is expected to be around €369.

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Pawan Lokhandwala

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