Android One is coming to the US very soon, and that’s starting with the Moto X4. However, there’s another affordable device coming too, the HTC U11 Life. After getting a first look a couple of weeks ago, we’re today getting specifications for the device.
Reliable HTC leaker @LlabTooFer today posted a full list of specifications for the device, and it’s a pretty well-specced phone for its price tag. Back in April, we reported that the price would be somewhere in the $300-$400 range.
Under the hood, this device packs a Snapdragon 630 processor, up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage (as low as 3GB/32GB) based on the model purchased. The display measures in at a respectable 5.2-inches with a 1080p resolution. Cameras also land at 16MP both on the back and on the front for high-quality selfies.
As for the battery, we’re looking at a 2,600 mAh cell, presumably charged over USB-C since HTC’s USonic audio tech is on board for USB-C audio. The display also includes HTC’s “EdgeSense” technology, Android Oreo, and IP67 dust/water resistance.
Overall, this is looking like a pretty solid package for potential Project Fi customers, and even for those who plan to pick up the standard HTC version of it. We still don’t have a release date for this device, but it’s entirely possible we’ll learn more at Google’s upcoming hardware event tomorrow.
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