Anonymous, 04 Dec 2017does this phone support project treble (android one version)Google's statement is that, any Android phone that releases with Oreo out of the box will support Project Treble. I simply trust that Google will not take back their words, with which it follows that this phone should support Project Treble. Moreover, this is an Android One mobile, the phone which is powered by Google.
huit, 25 Nov 2017would you recommend on buying this phone ? and what do you think about HTC Bolt ?
May I know what it your budget?
If your budget is 300 EUR or less then Xiaomi Mi A1 ; another Google's Android One phone is the best one although Nokia 6 and Moto G5 Plus has similar spec sheet to Mi A1.
If your budget is around 400 EUR, this is the best phone available, pairing with it's another Google opponent, Moto X4 and the China-Only Nokia 7. I would say OnePlus 3 but it may not be available now.
If your budget is around 500 EUR, I recommend OnePlus 5T or LG G6. They both do amazing but the G6 does have an outdated spec sheet.
If your budget is below 1000 EUR, Pixel 2/2 XL, LG V30, HTC U11+ / Huawei Mate 10 Pro will do amazing.
Darude Sandstorm, 25 Nov 2017For the same price. Moto X4 can be a choice. Same thing like this but with a headphone jack an... moreI agree with you, but not with you say about One Plus 5.
Android One devices should recieve better updates. One Plus 5, like Nokia or Motorola, has little modifications.
Any mod generates adtional bugs or a future system problems or app incompatibility (you can search "Hauwei Snapchat" at Google, for example).
If you want the best software experience, you wil go to Google Play Experience, Nexus, Pixel, Android One or Android Go devices.
I need more camera samples, but today I think HTC U11 Life has better camera quality than One Plus 5. You can compare it with the Pixel 2 in some reviews, it is not equal, but is very close to the Pixel. Also better than HTC 10 (not for the video stabilization, of course).
Darude Sandstorm, 25 Nov 2017For the same price. Moto X4 can be a choice. Same thing like this but with a headphone jack an... morewould you recommend on buying this phone ? and what do you think about HTC Bolt ?
The "Pixel Mini", 10 Nov 2017I agree for the lack of the Jack (and also for the FM Radio, but this is because a Google poli... moreFor the same price. Moto X4 can be a choice. Same thing like this but with a headphone jack and IP 68. It's lowlight is worse than U11 Life but it is okay. U11 Life has one of the best cameras in it's price range after OnePlus 3.
I say that if you want IP 68 and a headphone jack for the same price with the compromise of camera then go for Moto X4.
and if you want better camera and nearly the same waterproofing with a much better customer care then U11 Life
and if you want Oreo to be the last update and better performance than both of the above phones and better camera than both then go for OnePlus 3.
Does anyone know when it will actually be shipped? I've ordered one, but I can't find the date anywhere either through their website or elsewhere online
Does anyone know how the Headphone Jack adapter works with a credit card reader? Say Square...
Andy, 17 Nov 2017No headphone jack is a set back. But, you can buy a headphone adapter for it...problem solved! :)Actually, it seems that you must buy the official HTC adapter, any other wont work with this phone (yet)
No headphone jack is a set back.
But, you can buy a headphone adapter for it...problem solved! :)
regular, 12 Nov 2017no earphone jack? bye-bye thenBut you are getting the active noise cancellation earbuds in the box...
regular, 12 Nov 2017no earphone jack? bye-bye thenSame here, dumbest decision ever to not include the headphone jack anymore (especially from HTC which are known for their good music quality).
It's like giving up your strongest advantage for nothing.
Anonymous, 10 Nov 2017I really really hope you're kidding. You obviously don't know anything about technology. I mean in looks and design especially everything's in front panel Mr god of technology
This seems like a really good phone for the price of only 350 euro for the Android One version in The Netherlands. I've seen some reviews on YouTube and this seems like the best mid-ranger at the moment. Comes with Oreo and you'll receive at least two major updates (Android P and Q). Of course you can buy cheap Chinese brands that offer good specs, but no one care about those her in my country. We use quality brands like Samsung, Apple, LG, Sony and HTC. The U Play will soon come out and I will definitely buy it!
Job37, 05 Nov 2017Another HTC phone . Let's see . Normal sized phone sanapdragon 630 ok . cons still no head ph... moreI agree for the lack of the Jack (and also for the FM Radio, but this is because a Google policy for Android Stock devices).
This device have also a premium IP67 built. I consider SuperLCD as a good technology, better color representation than AMOLED. Not as bright as AMOLED, but sunlight legitibility is OK. IPS LCD and SuperLCD are betther for the eyes,
Please don't compare this phone with Xiaomi (worse camera and microphone quality too, not IP protection, and one or nothing system updates), Motorola (worse camera lower than Z2 Play, worse updates) and with Samsung devices (good quaility, also good camera, but laggier user interface day by day, and poor updates support).
I consider this phone as a better choice than others. I consider as a Pixel Mini (two years of system updates in the Android One version). Good camaera (night and estabiization), good microphone in videos. Android Stock.
The battery is not as bad, Android Stock is very optimizated, as you can see in Google Pixel with 2700MAH. 630 is a very good SoC also for that. I prefer 3000MAH, but 2600 for this phone are OK. Not good, but OK for one day.