There have been rumors here and there over the past few months, but it now looks like T-Mobile has inadvertently spilled the beans on HTC's upcoming handset, the U11 Life.
The new information comes courtesy of the wireless carrier's support page that showcases the device in full with three images and also reveals the handset's specifications. According to the webpage, the U11 Life will arrive with a 5.2-inch 1080p display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor, 3GB RAM, and 32GB internal storage with microSD expansion.
Along with the above, the U11 Life will come packed with a 16MP rear camera, 16MP front-facing camera, and will be powered by a 2,600mAh battery. Since this is an HTC unit, the smartphone will feature Edge Sense technology, which saw its debut on the U11. The handset will have USONIC earbuds with a USB Type-C port, and will offer support for Amazon's Alexa. If that isn't enough, it will also have sufficient protection from the elements with an IP67 rating.
While the above information has been leaked before, there is a curious difference with the T-Mobile variant, in that it looks like it will arrive with Android 7.1 instead of the rumored Android 8.0. Currently, there isn't a release date or price, but HTC is set to unveil something on November 2 at an event in Taipei that could reveal more details.