Anth0ny, 29 Oct 2017yes it's worth it & yes it's going to get Oreo. It was announced that the U11, U ULTRA &a... moreThanks, what about the U Play? I like the second screen on the U Ultra but the size of the U Play, though I donÂ’t want to get stuck with a device not getting the Oreo update. This U Ultra was priced over 500 euro last week, now itÂ’s for sale for 339 and that is cheap for a phone like this. Too good of a chance to not let it go.
Aadrian, 29 Oct 2017This beautiful phone can be bought for 339 euro in blue, is it worth to buy it? WIll HTC updat... moreyes it's worth it & yes it's going to get Oreo.
It was announced that the U11, U ULTRA & 10 are getting Oreo.
This beautiful phone can be bought for 339 euro in blue, is it worth to buy it? WIll HTC update this phone to android Oreo?
Dias R, 24 Oct 2017Have you used Mimax 2,Lenovo P2 and Xiaomi Redmi note4? First use them then give opinions. In ... moreI would never say a battery is too big
if there was a zerolemon battery case for this phone I would slap it on, no questions asked.
I would take the extra bulk in exchange for having to plug in less. the 3000mAh is not horrible but 4000mAh or a battery case would be nicer.
xXENDER FREAKXx, 21 Oct 2017And what makes u say 3000mAh isn't enough? It is using a SNAPDRAGON 821 which is still a effic... moreHave you used Mimax 2,Lenovo P2 and Xiaomi Redmi note4? First use them then give opinions. In daily use you will not find any difference any difference. Everyone wants a big battery except you. Nobody wants to charge their phones every now and then. Unless if have dash charge. Brands are size conscious and for that reason they keep the thickness slimmer and use low capacity battery.
Dias R, 19 Oct 2017HTC phones ..ughh...thick bezels ...only 3000 mah battery... time has come for HTC to go for f... moreAnd what makes u say 3000mAh isn't enough? It is using a SNAPDRAGON 821 which is still a efficient chipset built on a 14nm process, u are still gonna get good battery life no matter what. Don't u see why most newer smartphones are decreasing the battery capacity? I wonder why some people like u complain about the battery capacity, like why??? Are u guys who complain about the battery capacity some kind of heavy battery user? If this is the case then I will say "Sorry dude, there are no high-end flagships suitable for u, or even mid-end flagships since battery capacities these days are around this smartphone capacity range." I think u shouldn't even get a smartphone, because the very low-end smartphones even though they have mostly bigger battery capacities, the chipset given are efficient ones, so if u use it for very usage, it is still going to run out of battery fast. Have some common sense before complaining about the battery capacity
Anth0ny, 19 Oct 2017You are are entitled to you opinion.
My opinion is based on how poor HTC cameras use to be ba... moreYes, I was watching a lot of reviews comparing U Ultra and U11. U11 is pretty good, but I think U Ultra is a bit better especially in low light. Right now I'm planning to buy a new phone and I'm considering the following: HTC U Ultra, U11, Galaxy S8+, Moto Z2 Play(unlikely).
I'm leaning towards U Ultra because it's the cheapest and has the best camera with the biggest sensor out of all those models. The rest of them has 1/2.55" sensor (probably IMX362 or IMX333), while U Ultra has IMX378, same as Google Pixel 1, but with OIS. Pixel 2 went to the same IMX362 sensor like the rest of the flagships. Moto Z2 Play lacks OIS, but they have some interesting moto mods (Hasselblad True Zoom is not one of them). Also I almost always carry Canon G9X II with me, so the phone camera is not that important anymore, but still. Waiting for Black Friday to catch some deal. Right now I can buy U Ultra for around $300.
HTC phones ..ughh...thick bezels ...only 3000 mah battery... time has come for HTC to go for full vision display and big batteries.
yugi, 19 Oct 2017And it's not "almost".You are are entitled to you opinion.
My opinion is based on how poor HTC cameras use to be back in the days of the HD2, ONE, M8. HTC was never known for great cameras.
That changed with the 10.
and in my opinion the U Ultra is much better than the 10. You can look at the comparison video link I left In a earlier post.
And after looking at J. Williams blind camera test that had both the ULTRA & U11 in it....
That's why I think it's "almost" the same.
What's your reason for saying they are not?
md nayem, 18 Oct 2017htc U Ultrs vs lg v20 vs htc 10 which is batter in camera .my priority is camera .front and ba... moreYou tell me which looks better between the 10 VS U ULTRA.
watch the video in it's highest quality.
yugi, 18 Oct 2017No, the camera is not the same. Ultra has a 1/2.3" sensor with 1.55 micron pixels, and U11 has... moreread my post again. I think your eyes didn't see the very important word "ALMOST"
And I was talking about "quality" not "components".
You misunderstood that word in my post as well.
md nayem, 18 Oct 2017htc U Ultrs vs lg v20 vs htc 10 which is batter in camera .my priority is camera .front and ba... moreWatch this video in 1089p output and you decide which looks better to you.
Anth0ny, 14 Oct 2017The HTC U11 got a 90 score on dxomark. And the camera quality is almost the same on the HTC U... moreNo, the camera is not the same. Ultra has a 1/2.3" sensor with 1.55 micron pixels, and U11 has a 1/2.55" sensor with 1.4 micron pixels.
htc U Ultrs vs lg v20 vs htc 10 which is batter in camera .my priority is camera .front and back camera need good . plz hlp me .i want to buy a phone but i am very confusion in this three??
HTC user, 13 Oct 2017How is the camera compared to S7 edge and LG G6? The HTC U11 got a 90 score on dxomark.
And the camera quality is almost the same on the HTC U ULTRA.
Or the same to the untrained eye.
Anonymous, 11 Oct 2017there is 1080p 60fps video recording? thanksI don't see an option to pick the frame rate. you can only pick the Audio and Video quality
MMS/QVGA/HD/FHD/4k & 3D audio & High-res Audio.
there is also Hyperlapse & slow motion.