Anonymous, 17 Apr 2018Sure. Head: 0.662 W/kg@10g Body: 0.541 W/kg@10gThanks
Anonymous, 15 Apr 2018Could you give the Sar value information of this phone written in the manual? Sure.
Head: 0.662 W/kg@10g
Body: 0.541 W/kg@10g
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2018Just got this phone today. Nougat 7.1.2 despite what GSMarena says. Slapped on Nova Launcher a... moreCould you give the Sar value information of this phone written in the manual?
I spoke to an HTC customer service rep in Honk Kong and he said that HTC currently has no plan to bring Oreo to this device. I like how 90% of websites (including this one) reported last January that it'll ship with Oreo when in fact it runs Nougat 7.1.2. If I had known, I may not have purchased it. Nougat on a 2018 premium mid-ranger is ridiculous, particularly if they don't plan to update.
robocopvn, 07 Mar 2018This version is exclusive for Taiwan market only. You can tell this is the special version of ... moreNo, it is not. Where do you get your info from? You can buy these in all Europe.
sha, 07 Mar 2018When come in gccits available from awok
i am using it as a second phone
it works like a charm
dont use the plastic cover provided in the box.
never use hard covers
it will scratch the phone
Mohd A.Hussain, 05 Mar 2018Why still no review to this phone ???, big battery with one of the most power efficient chips,... moreThis version is exclusive for Taiwan market only. You can tell this is the special version of HTC U11+ with lower specs.
HTC also released the HTC 10 version with Snapdragon 652 - 3Gb of Ram in some markets of South America.
Why still no review to this phone ???, big battery with one of the most power efficient chips, that's awesome.
This phone is very underrated due to the poor marketing
Rororoy, 27 Feb 2018Do not buy the HTC U11 eyes phone: Terrible quality, service and no cases to buy in Hong Kong.... moreAnd it took you 1.5 hours to get to the nearest HTC service centre in HK? Really? Really now? It doesn't even take that long to commute from HK to Shenzhen! Were you crawling there brah?
Rororoy, 27 Feb 2018Do not buy the HTC U11 eyes phone: Terrible quality, service and no cases to buy in Hong Kong.... moreWhat a crock of s**t. I stepped on my cased HTC U11 EYEs yesterday by accident and there ain't even a scratch on it. You're claiming to have cracked it just by lifting it. TFOH. I throw it around like a deck of cards on a daily basis and have yet to damage it. This is as sturdy as it gets with glass-backed phones. And you expect the market to be inundated with cases for a mid-range China/HK/Taiwan-only phone? This ain't a global flagship. If cases mean so much to you, you should've researched that before purchasing. The default HTC case that comes with the phone ain't bad at all. HTC also sells a more rugged Spigen-like case specifically for this model which you will find listed on the HTC HK website. And then there's eBay.
Rororoy, 27 Feb 2018Do not buy the HTC U11 eyes phone: Terrible quality, service and no cases to buy in Hong Kong.... morerecently launched models usually takes about a month to get accesories on shopping markets :3
everyone knows that
Do not buy the HTC U11 eyes phone: Terrible quality, service and no cases to buy in Hong Kong.
I am a student who came to live in Hong Kong for the year. I heard HTC came out with a new phone model recently and decided to purchase the HTC U11 eyes phone. Although I did not know much about the company, as it had great specs at a fair price.
After paying for the phone, I asked the manager of Broadway if there are any other cases I can purchase for the phone as the quality did not look promising. However, he reassured me that the one it comes with is good enough and it also stated so on their website. A week later, I woke up in the morning and picked up my phone from the table beside me. Once I grabbed the tip of the phone, the back glass shattered inside the case. The case must have been to tight, or the quality of the glass was very poor. Having a half broken phone, I commuted for 1.5h to the nearest HTC customer service desk who said that they will analyze the defect on the spot. Little did I know, they were going to ship it instead. It was Chinese New Year and would have taken over two weeks. Before telling me all these details, including a 1000 hkd deposit that I did not have, the person I was speaking to deleted everything on my phone. After what happened, I was very frustrated and asked to speak to the manager of HTC customer service. They did not allow it and were very rude to me. They spoke in a different language so I do not understand what they were talking about. I felt very uncomfortable and upset.
They later convinced me via email to ship the phone. They used language that made it seem like they would fix it for free, however, called me two days later asking for a payment.
DO NOT TRUST HTC. There are no cases to buy anywhere in Hong Kong, the customer service is terrible, and the quality of the phone is the worst I have ever seen.
This experience has been very difficult for me and I am very upset with the quality of the phone and service. I am away from the family and home, and the HTC team did not make it any easier. They did not find any solution, and did not let me speak to anyone capable of making a decision. Very rude, disrespectful and untruth worthy company.
Before making unsubstantiated comments check Qualcomm website and take a little reading on the capabilities of Snapdragon 652 -_-
it is high-tier processor and can do almost everything you expect from a mid-range smartphone -_-