A new rumor is circulating claiming that HTC will be coming out with its first ever Android One smartphone. Now following the same HTC will also be jumped in with their HTC U11 Life in this Android One project by Google. Based on a tweet by custom ROM developer and trusted tipster LlabTooFeR, HTC will release the smartphone with a stock build of Android O along with its Sense 9.0 user interface.
This new device is from HTC will be the HTC Ocean_Life according to two reliable leakers and it will run on stock Android. Later on, Evan Blass came in and posted an image of the Ocean Life smartphone running HTC' Sense UI. It's going to be a re-branded version of the middle-range HTC U11 Life which is expected to launch later this year.
IBT first reported about an HTC Ocean Life smartphone back in July, and information about the device at the time was also provided by LlabTooFeR. The HTC Ocean Life is expected to flaunt a 5.2-inch Full HD display, Snapdragon 630 chipset, IP68 water and dust resistant properties, 16MP camera on both front and rear, and it will come with HTC's Edge Sensor with which you can interact with the smartphone by squeezing from the sides, same as the HTC U11. It was called one of the failed programs from Google.
Meanwhile, the regular version of the HTC U11 Life is expected to be released in the United States through T-Mobile and should function as HTC's newest mid-range smartphone for 2017.
Coincidentally, HTC isn't the only manufacturer rumored to release its own Android One phone.
Furthermore, with the arrival of HTC and Motorola, many other major OEMs could join the club making the Android One portfolio grow further.
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