Google's Android One initiative recently returned with the Xiaomi Mi A1, and now it looks like another one is on the way. The latest report gives us information as well as first render of the new device that is joining the Android One platform.
Now, Twitter user @LlabTooFeR had tweeted on twitch regarding another Android One smartphone from a company which stands a lot closer to the Google, the Taiwanese electronics giant HTC. "It will lose most of the HTC apps and run stock Android O with Sense 9.0_A1".More news: Kate Hudson Under Fire after Calling C-Sections 'Lazy'
The only difference between the HTC U11 Life and it Android One counterpart will be visible in the software department.
Specifications of the HTC Ocean Life smartphone were leaked earlier.More news: Recent disasters hurry World of Warcraft to release this year's charity pet
The device should also include 16-megapixel/16-megapixel camera combo, IP67 certification and the company's USonic earbuds with active noise cancellation.
However, HTC will first release the Ocean Life smartphone with HTC' Sense UI on top, and later on, an Android One edition will come out. This is the same thing that Xiaomi did for the Mi A1, which was just a rebranded version of the Mi 5X. It's going to be a re-branded version of the middle-range HTC U11 Life which is expected to launch later this year. There's no word yet on whether the Android One version of the phone will make it to the USA, but it certainly is possible if T-Mobile is still involved. Now it looks like HTC will be releasing one too, albeit with a massive bottom bezel.More news: S&P 500 Hits Record High
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