HTC has revealed its plans to release the Lite version of the HTC U11 flagship device which hit the market some months ago.
The Taiwanese OEM has this year released several range of smartphones to include the HTC U Ultra, HTC U Play, X10 and more recently, the U11.
However, coming weeks after the HTC Ocean Life surfaced online, the tech company has confirmed that it will be releasing the HTC U11 Lite otherwise known as the HTC Ocean Life later in the year.
Android Authority while revealing the image of the smartphone revealed that the device is expected to hit the market later in the year bearing a 5.2-inch screen with Full HD display and a screen resolution of 1,920×1,080 pixels.
The leaked image of the upcoming HTC U11 Lite shows a slimmer design compared to the HTC U11 and comes sporting a physical home button on the front panel. The physical home button will also double as the hub for the fingerprint scanner and a possible Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 chipset under the hood.
Rumors however hold that the HTC U11 Lite may come packing 32GB of onboard storage memory with support for microSD card.
For the camera, the device is expected to come loaded with a16MP rear-facing camera and another 16MP camera on the front panel.
Surprisingly however, rumours hold that the device may be packing 2,600 mAh battery capacity with the Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS running on the device alongside the company’s Sense 9 user interface.