Romie Lee, 25 May 2017My HTC phone lag as hell! I will never ever buy that shit again while my Galaxy S7 edge runs l... moreIt really depends what type if HTC you Were using! If you expected a 200 dollar phone to run as smooth as a 500 dollar phone, then you must be a real joker!!!
Tom-Helge, 24 May 2017Ofc you wont have Samsung lag on an HTC phone. But that wont prevent you from having HTC lag o... moreMy HTC phone lag as hell! I will never ever buy that shit again while my Galaxy S7 edge runs like a butter! I'm happy about this and still runs incredibly fast till now.
Anonymous , 25 May 2017But it beats the google pixel.To some extent in low light that's all. Pixel remained the best overall even after all these months, only this U11 can topple it.
hi bros.for sure htc U11is better in main camera and srlfi shooter,but s8 has better in video recording(but not more and u11 has many advantages in video too).
totally htc U11 is real winner with no doubt.
HTC way of capturing is like that of sony - least amount of blur, point is when is there time to use slow shutter, there is time also to set it manually. Also way to embarrass stereo flagships worthy 800, mainly mono ones(pixel,iphone) probably now hiding in the corner, 3D audio using 4mics is whole new dimension even from stereo ones. Just this and 145dB top in lumias 950 is enough to have a fun watching captured videos, still mics are probably the same as samsung,lg ones - thats up to ~135dB.
Chrjns, 25 May 2017S8+ camera is evenly matched with the HTC U's... May be if its not too liking is processed too... moreWell in more ways than one the s8 edges ahead.
And it's not the exact same camera as last year's either
S8+ camera is evenly matched with the HTC U's... May be if its not too liking is processed too sharply... However, guys watchout for the note 8's camera... Just imagine s8+'s camera is still using last year camera and it is already one of the best camera this year. Imagine note 8 camera with brand new lens and sensor.... It will be mind blowing!
ithehappy, 24 May 2017It was never the best smartphone camera anyway!But it beats the google pixel.
mir, 25 May 2017Good job HTC in matching a camera from 2016. But still a stellar camera.It is better than 2016 camera.
Phone_Guy, 25 May 2017Clearly this guy is a Samsung Fan. Although as per https://www.androidheadlines.com/2017/05/go... moreResults speak for themselves. Though obviously nor much better the s8 is better in more ways
I think htc u11 has great camera as the results have proved that but for my personal taste i would like the photos to be little bit more sharper ( because s8+ looks a little sharper than u11 ) and for video the dynamic range and stabilization could have been a little better.Thats my opinion otherwise the u11 is a great camera.
I've certainly found my next phone. Sorry LG but HTC it is for me.
I think some people need to realise how amazing a job the manufacturer's are doing. They are creating cameras that rival many point point and shoot cameras but have only 6mm depth and around 3mm lens diameter to work with.
AnonD-186803, 24 May 2017"More Noise" - actually in some sky shots the XZP had less noise. Don't mistake edge dappling... more1 gsma poll proved otherwise. I won't want to capture photos of my newborn with a phone with such a tiny aperture. That's the purpose of me buying a SLR.
2 most images captured in phone are Posted on social media. People simply prefer more saturated colours. And coming to low light. Many people go to restaurants or clubs at night don't they? That's where Sony fails miserably ie in handling multiple lightning sources indoor and balancing exposure to make image look pleasing
AnonD-129076, 24 May 2017Oh please, lets talk about lag. I Have a HTC my friend Has a Samsung. I dont know what's wrong... moreI have had a Samsung phone every year since 2011. And the last Samsung phones i have had the last 2-3 years have mostly been free of lag.
Yes, if you haven't taken the point yet, every phones have lags from time to time. And that's iPhones included.
Good job HTC in matching a camera from 2016. But still a stellar camera.