The Taiwanese electronics company HTC has launched one of its mid-range segment smartphones called HTC U11 Life back in 2017. It came with Android 8.0 Oreo and upgraded to Android 9.0 Pie as well. Currently, the company has started rolling out the latest Android 10 stable update to the HTC U11 model in Japan and Germany region. It’s expected that the HTC U11 Life Android 10 update will be rolled out pretty soon in the rest of the regions as well.
This new software update in Japan comes with a software version 4.60.762.2 for the HTC X2 (aka U11 Life) and brings quite outdated November 2019 Security patch as of now. Hopefully, the update will come with an updated security patch level for the U11 Life in other countries.
If you want to update your HTC U11 Life device faster, then make sure to check for the software update on your handset via Settings – System – System Update – Check for updates – Restart Now and Update. Your device battery level should be around 50% and connect it to a Wi-Fi or Mobile Data. As there is no HTC U11 Life Android 10 firmware update download link available yet, you will need to wait for it.
To recall, the HTC U11 Life came with a Super LCD 5.2″ display with a resolution of 1080×1920 pixels resolution. It’s running on Android 9 Pie over the Android One program. It has an octa-core Snapdragon 630 processor (14nm), Adreno 508 graphics, single/dual SIM slot with a dedicated MicroSD card slot, 3/4GB of RAM, 32/64GB of onboard storage, etc. It also packs a 16-megapixels wide lens camera on the backside and a 16-megapixels wide lens selfie camera.
The device has Wi-Fi, BT 5.0, GPS, NFC, Type-C, etc. While the handset supports a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, an ambient light, gyro, an accelerometer, proximity, compass sensor. It has a 2600mAh battery.
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