Mobile News is for people who likes to get updated on daily basis about Android, iOS, Windows Phones, Apps, Security, and much more articles. If you have any kinds of questions please free to ask by contacting us.
*where 123 - means sub-id. For each of your traffic sources please use some specific ID, ID can be of any type without any special characters. (All SubIDs need to be different). The more specifically, you diversify your traffic sources the better it’s possible to determine the different quality of traffic. Here are some examples: IMPORTANT for ALL numeric IDs - use ONLY numbers 12 - good 195 - good 12956 - good 9 - good 23-12 - not good 5321.1232 - not good 12_32 - not good IMPORTANT for ALL other settings when using letters (A, a, B, b etc.), common symbols (. - _ and that’s it) use quotation marks (“”) . Any uncommon symbol (& ^ @ ` ~ , + = etc.) even with quotation marks - won’t work for the IDs’ name. “” - good “FIRST_test.org_12” - good “23-12” - good “15_fs” - good - not good 2352-42 - not good 528sjn - not good 625_2 - not good “test&” - not good Examples of good working SubIDs:

HTC U12 Life Might Be Outdated from the Start

Don’t expect to see Android 9.0 Pie on HTC’s upcoming mid-range device.

The U12 Life will ship with Android 8.1 Oreo instead, according to one insider. It’d be an odd decision because, by the time HTC unveils this product, Pie will have already been available for several weeks or even months. HTC also committed to bringing the latest version of Android to a handful of existing devices. With that said, there’s no reason why the U12 Life should be outdated from the start.

All hope is not lost, though. HTC could issue a software update for Pie on the U12 Life following its release.

By the way, the U12 Life might not even be made by the Taiwanese company. LlabTooFeR, whose track record on all things HTC holds up, says it’ll be manufactured from the outside. That makes sense considering HTC recently slashed its workforce amid tanking revenue. HTC continues trying to reduce its expenses and remain in the mobile industry.

When it’s official later this year, the mid-range device will join the U12 Plus. HTC’s been focused on a limited number of products to further its resources. The U12 Life should have a 6-inch Full HD+ display, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 636, and a dual-camera setup. None of that jumps at you, but it’ll mean a more affordable price.

HTC’s U12 Life will likely launch in September or October. We’ll keep an eye on this one as its potential debut draws nearer.

Comments are closed.