HTC is developing a U11 Life under the Android One program

HTC Ocean Life will be the first HTC smartphone to come under Android One platform

Google didn't had good time selling Android One branded phones in the countries it was launched. It all started with the launch of Xiaoimi Mi A1 in India earlier this month. According to him, the HTC will push the unreleased HTC U11 Life smartphone to be issued under Google's Android One Program.

The only difference between the HTC U11 Life and it Android One counterpart will be visible in the software department.

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.

The price is unknown, as is release timing, but we're really starting to put together a nice pile of rumors, all suggesting that Android One is about to add some serious players to the mix.

The tweet was replied to by another popular tipster, Evan Blass who went on to share an image of what he claims to be a final render of the device. The image shows the front of a device that looks a lot like the U11, although with much thicker bezels. It will run Android 8.0 with just a few of HTC's signature software features, like EdgeSense, Zoe, and the HTC Camera. So far, Android One is truly building an impressive comeback with a salvo of new devices from prominent manufacturers.

Now we have something that tells us about more devices in the Android One platform.

The term Android One has actually vanished from the market for a while until the company launched the Pixel smartphones a year ago.

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