As you can see, it looks quite similar to the current offerings but should come in a much smaller form factor with a 5.2-inch Full HD display. This is of course a bit smaller than the HTC U11's 5.5-inch display, which also has a superior screen resolution of quad HD 1440p. The leaked image of the phone suggests that its frontside resembles with HTC U11 and HTC 10 from the previous year. Notably, rumors have it, just like the HTC U11, the HTC U11 Lite will also have the Edge Sense technology. The handset is praised for its stunning looks and impeccable camera performance combined with the edge-sense features. This is expected to be sort of a mid-range device from the company.
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Under the hood, the HTC U11 Life is said to feature mid-range specs.
Processors are the most important hardware part that any smartphone is equipped with and fortunately, leaks have provided us with information about HTC U11 Life's CPU. Although on paper the SD660 is the superior one, the SD630 should still perform well with its octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 with a peak clock speed of 2.2GHz.More news: Makwala to run solo in 200 heat on rainy night in London
The report further reveals that the HTC U11 Lite will offer 32GB of default storage space, which could be expanded with the use of a microSD card. The IP67 rating is also the same certification that Apple's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have. Moreover, the smartphone will also ship with HTC USonic earbuds which feature active noise cancellation.
At the time of HTC U11 launch in India, the company announced that it will be introducing new Edge Sense features to the smartphone with upcoming updates but sadly it seems that it hasn't made any additions in this regard with new update.More news: Tech companies lead broad slide in U.S. stocks; oil rises
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