It seems that T-Mobile jumped the gun on HTC U11 Life unveiling and put up a page on its website it was taken down, but not before screenshots recorded all the relevant info for posterity. Unfortunately, there was no confirmation or refutal of the 369 price.
Note that the operating system is specified as Android 7.1.1 Nougat with HTC Sense not 8.0 Oreo as rumors suggested earlier. The U11 Life was supposed to be an Android One phone, but this doesn't seem to be the case. The Snapdragon 630 chipset is a lock, though.
The spec sheet shows a 2,600mAh battery with an estimated usage time of between 13 and 17 hours. Fast charging is not mentioned, wireless charging is not available.
As for the memory situation, T-Mobile will carry the 3GB/32GB model and the schematics show a shared nanoSIM and microSD card tray (though no dual SIM). VoLTE and Wi-Fi calling are supported.
As for the traditional U11 goodies, the Life supports the squeezable EdgeSense area, which can activate Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant. USonic earbuds will be supplied.
T-Mobile did not list the maximum video resolution of the 16MP camera on the rear of the HTC U11 Life. The chipset is perfectly capable of 4K capture, but well have to wait until Thursday (November 2) for the official unveiling and confirmation of specs.
whats it with small batteries to make xtra slim phones ?
Another E Waste invented by HTC. That's why HTC is drowning.
Beautiful phone, but too expensive. The ZTE Axon 7 Mini can be picked up for $199. It's not blue, nor is it a Snapdragon 630, but it has headphone jack with AKM DAC, stereo recording with microphones, AMOLED display, front-firing stereo speakers, SD ...