paintbuckets, 10 Jan 2017Why is HTC still opting for mediatek chipsets for midrangers... Jeez. why does it matter if the software runs smooth? This cuts down on costs I'm sure and knowing HTC's high standard for software optimization won't negatively impact performance.
No Matter, 10 Jan 2017A flagship device with an 6" screen... Stoped reading further.What was your expectations dude? A pathetic tiny one? Flagships must have proper a size have you ever seen a small size flagship Mercedes car? Of course note and never will be
eagerly waiting for flagship u ultra.. I hope their will be another device called htc u ..same spes with u ultra but a smaller screen size...
no matter what people say ..no 3.5 mm jack???lol.apple already ditched this.. Sammy also on the way..moto did..
only 4 gb ram??? lol HTC UI is Superior..
not like shitty laggywiz ..
htc u ultra will be untimate flagship phablet for 2017!!!
Why is HTC still opting for mediatek chipsets for midrangers... Jeez.
As always, HTC will bungle things up by skyrocketing the prices, sales expectations will fail, then we'll see ANOTHER report that HTC didn't meet its quarterly revenue targets, and then the circle is complete.
How many Mediatek phones will be launched by HTC? What exclusive agreement do these two have? 2018,2019 or 2020 for HTC to launch proper products? Of late, this company is hell bent to look ways for loss. Why would someone pick Mediatek mid range stuff or Old Qualcomm (400,810 etc.)?
sheikh., 10 Jan 2017they kill the 3.5mm jack now the 3.5mm jack kill the sale of their phone Totally agree so what we supposed to do with our high-end headphones throwing them away! No way that's not going to happen 'you lose we win' we can look elsewhere
24+13 MP dual camera with sd835? That is not possible! Maximum 32 MP so 16+16...
Still htc, and even freaking 6". So not worth my money. 5.5" is my max requirement.
Battery for U play is very bad while U ultra has an excellent spec sheet and battery as well
they kill the 3.5mm jack
now the 3.5mm jack kill the sale of their phone
Nope, nope, nope...
First: Looks promising until - no headphone jack, mediatek apu
Second: Looks... too big, unless i need a tablet. Also no headphone jack.
Third: Again too big for me. Otherwise the most promising. Wait, mediatek apu, nvm.
HTC is doing not so desireable phones lately
Helio P10 in two of three 'hero' phones? HTC's been pushing out underpowered phones and was hoping the halo phone would make them more attractive. Now even the excellent HTC 10 wasn't very popular, and they still fail to develop proper midrange phones. Only design doesn't sell anymore. HTC shouldn't disappear, but they will, if they don't hop on the 'super mid-range' wagon (Redmi Note 3/4, Lenovo P2).