The U11+ and U11 Life just couldn’t wait one more day to show themselves in full.
Both of HTC’s upcoming phones, which are set to be announced tomorrow, have been revealed in a leaked hands on video. It doesn’t leave anything to the imagination as we get to see the design and software for the duo, and everything aligns with previous leaks.
The U11+ will have a larger display with 18:9 aspect ratio and an Oreo-based version of the Sense UI. Otherwise it’ll be a lot like the U11 that debuted in May. Meanwhile, the U11 Life shows itself with stock Android in a more traditional body. There could be second variant with HTC’s software overlay, but we haven’t been seeing that.
It’s also a little unclear where the phones will be released. HTC sometimes limits devices to certain markets, but at least the U11 Life should make its way to North America.
HTC U11+ in Translucent Black pic.twitter.com/Th5NNT4ppx
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) November 1, 2017
A new leak came from Evan Blass today, too. He shared a press render of the U11+ in Translucent Black. Earlier this week he teased the translucent model that shows some internal components. The other two color options expected are red and silver.
HTC will announce the phones on Thursday, November 2. Leaks have told us everything there is to know, so it seems we’re only waiting on the company to share pricing and availability. When those details come in, we’ll pass them along to you.