Get to know the two new U11 variants!
HTC is still on a roll in creating new smartphones, in spite of its mobile division being purchased by Google weeks ago. We know that they will be launching two new phones on November 2: namely the U11+ and the U11 Life. Ahead of their launch, we got a few details about the upcoming phones.
The U11 Life is a mid-range smartphone marketed as an Android One device, meaning you get Vanilla Android (Oreo specifically) with it, along with at least two years of updates. Powering the U11 Life is a Snapdragon 630 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage, 5.2-inch full HD display, 16-megapixel cameras for both the front and the back, and a 2600mAh battery. There’s word that there will be a 4GB/64GB variant, but we’re not sure if this will be the European or US version.
The U11 Life will come in Sapphire Blue and Ice White and will retail for around $400 (~Php 20.4k).
On the other hand, the U11+ will be an upgrade of the U11: Aside from an 18:9 display and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, the U11+ will have a 4000mAh battery and 6GB RAM. Other than those changes, the U11+ shares mostly the same specs and features with the U11.
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Source: Phone Arena