Htc practically started d dual cam trend and den left it when everyone else adopted it.....
(Still waiting to see sony's dual cam solution)
Max..Payne, 01 Nov 2017Finally a good looking phone from HTC seriously??? hav'nt used htc one (m7,m8,m9,10)??????
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2017Seems like a great phone from rumors. The front is not bezel less, but bezel-free enough for 2... moreAccording to tech advisor the price in the UK is £700 which if that's definitely the case I think this phone will do extremely well and I have a HTC u11 myself and I may buy this phone if that price is correct.
Seems like a great phone from rumors. The front is not bezel less, but bezel-free enough for 2017 and 2018. I like how they stick with straight display corners. The battery is huge while the thickness is still ok. The other specs are all high end like it should be, 128GB internal base storage is really nice. The fingerprint sensor and nav bars could have been placed on the bottom bezel. For me, this looks like a phone HTC could have a comeback with. If they price it competitively, and if the price decreases over time, if it gets updates for more than 2 years, it will be a great phone.
I am an unbiased iPhone user.
i think fingerprint scanner would fit on the front, as in the mate 10
So this is the "bezelless" U11+? Those top and bottom bezels are still huge looking to me! REEEEEEEEEEEEEEE~!
Prim lab, 01 Nov 2017The translucent color looks sick you can see it on the leaked video Here's the Reddit link https://www.reddit.com/r/Android/comments/79vzsc/htc_u11_plus_und_htc_u11_life/
The translucent color looks sick you can see it on the leaked video
Force Majeure, 29 Oct 2017So ONLY when the screen is 6" can HTC put in a bigger battery than 2800 - 3100 mAh? I've seen ... moreFriend, do you seriously compare a flagship with budget devices??
Those £100 devices won't get the likes of power efficient SD625, surely (At most, SD430, SD435 or MTK equivalent). Even if such cheap yet efficient phones do exist, I believe those are an exception rather than the rule.
But I also feel that HTC should have put slightly bigger battery in the U11 in the first place, say 3200-3300 mAh, as an upgrade from the HTC 10.
HTC phones have always fallen a little short in one area or another that kept me from seriously considering getting one. While I have to praise the HTC One series, the U11 Plus very well could be my next phone. Permitting it isn't plagued with bloatware when bought directly from HTC.
So ONLY when the screen is 6" can HTC put in a bigger battery than 2800 - 3100 mAh? I've seen a lot of phones at 5" with 4000 mAh, that costs £100.
Trump Fan 1980, 28 Oct 2017 When you posed your question, no. Now? Yepperz ;-) .Sweeeet!
The.Chosen-One, 26 Oct 2017is this rumored phone confirmed by hTC? When you posed your question, no. Now? Yepperz ;-) .