Dave, 05 Nov 2017No headphone jack. What a disgrace.The jack is thing of old days, now all is wireless.
AnonD-687774, 03 Nov 2017How do you know it s not coming to us?https://techcrunch.com/2017/11/02/htcs-bigger-better-u11-wont-be-coming-to-the-u-s/
What's new in super LCD 6!? It (U11+) has glass back panel or aluminum unibody back panel!?? Thanks
Best Smartphone of 2017 has just released :) ... Really want this phone ;)
Am so glad just because it has operating system.. Lol htc u11+ was original pixe 2 xl anyway! aptX HD is good option however, I prefer Razer's loudspeaker to ordinary stereo speakers... THX! Overall U11+ is good phone but not best
AnonD-113455, 03 Nov 2017This phone check all the boxes for me, but it doesn't support US LTE bands. What a disappointm... moreI called T-Mobile and asked them if I would be able to use a phone that was meant for Europe in the US and still get LTE. If you import the phone and get it unlocked, it should support LTE bands. If I get this phone, I'll be able to use LTE band 4 on T-Mobile.
If you import the phone and get it unlocked, it should support LTE bands. If I get this phone, I'll be able to use LTE band 4 on T-Mobile.
EC, 04 Nov 2017The 3,5 jack is needed not only for headphones but also for audio out signal on power amplifie... moreAre u in 1990 ??? .. use bluetooth for car audio man .. u can aux-to-bluetooth receiver for few pennies.
we know that we can connect 3.5mm jack via usb type c....but if it use too many times it can get damage....
The 3,5 jack is needed not only for headphones but also for audio out signal on power amplifiers or car aux entrance etc!!!!
Was gonna get this phone until i see that there's no 3.5mm jack. Goodbye.
Dick C., 03 Nov 2017No 3.5mm jack? Goodbye HTC. :(U11 and u11 plus has by far the best headphones, no other phone comes near. It is absurd to judge the phone just by headphone jack absence, especially if the phone has superb audio quality (which u11 does have).
We want 3.5mm jack! Please HTC stop with this modern stupid trends!!! C'moooooon!
I think everyone's spite with phones abandoning the 3.5mm headphone jack stems from the fact that we're currently in the transition period from wired to wireless audio, and currently bluetooth technology doesn't support lossless audio transmission. During the conversion process of transmitting audio from your phone to your headphones/earbuds, their is a loss in quality. Not so much that the average listening will pick up on it, especially with a solid pair of headphones, but a true audiophile will definitely hear a difference. As the technology progresses overtime with the bluetooth, and its bound to get more support now that it's quickly becoming the industry standard, people will be a little less salty about phones not having a headphone jack. But currently so many people still have wired headphones that this is a problem for a lot of people...