We all know very well that the Android One project, in recent times, has received some important reinforcements for its continuity. After the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Xiaomi, and Motorola, now the Taiwanese brand HTC is preparing a new Android One device.
After Xiaomi And Motorola, HTC To Launch A New Android One Device
In recent weeks, the Android One project has added some important reinforcements, essential for its revitalization. After the Mi A1 of Xiaomi and the rumors of the new Motorola is now the turn for HTC to prepare a new device with Stock Android.
HTC currently has one of the best smartphones at the photographic level. The HTC U11 leads the DxOMark table along with the tech giant Google Pixel, ahead of other major devices such as the Huawei P10, the Samsung Galaxy S8 or the iPhone 7 Plus.
Based on its flagship, HTC is preparing a new smartphone that should integrate the Android One project. To do this, the Taiwanese brand is preparing a new device, the HTC U11 Life with more modest features and Stock Android, thus abandoning its Sense UI interface in this model.
If confirmed, the HTC U11 will bring a screen of 5.2″ FullHD, Snapdragon 630 SoC, front camera and rear 16 MP, 2600 mAh battery and will come with Android 8 Oreo “Pure Stock” as it is an initiative of Android One.
This is true. And it looks like this, for those who haven't seen… pic.twitter.com/gThlkozEdF
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) September 13, 2017
Evan Blass, the famous Evleaks, recently shared the possible design of this new smartphone, which may also have a variant with Sense 9.0 interface.
There is no date or price yet for the launch of this new model, however, it is expected to be released next October 2017.
With this rumor, another great brand can join this project, which seems to be gradually rebuilding. Although they remain the brands responsible for the updates, the operating system is cleaner and bloatware free, being faster and easier to upgrade to new versions.
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