The HTC U Ultra with its scratch resistant Sapphire Edition is getting a significant price cut in Malaysia. This is their former flagship that comes with secondary display and a whopping 128GB of storage.
After introducing the HTC U11, the Taiwanese smartphone maker could be introducing its “squeezable” interaction to a more affordable segment. Dubbed as the “Ocean Life”, this could this be a “mini version” of the HTC U11 and a successor of the HTC U Play.
The HTC U11 is the world’s first squeezable smartphone that’s enabled by its pressure sensitive frame. To take its squeezable Edge Sense further, they are about to introduce a couple of new features which will be released very soon.
If you’ve been eyeing on the HTC U11, the moment you’ve been waiting for has finally arrived. The squeezable flagship smartphone is now available for pre-order in Malaysia and it could be in your hands by end of this week.
UPDATE: HTC U11 pre-order is now available in Malaysia.
The all new HTC U11 is finally here in Malaysia and it’s their new flagship smartphone that replaces its current HTC 10. Not only it has top rated specs, the U11 is also the world’s first squeezable phone made possible by HTC Edge Sense.
HTC Malaysia isn’t wasting any time with its latest flagship smartphone. The HTC U11 is launching in Malaysia next week, which is barely 3 weeks after its official reveal in Taiwan. This is HTC’s first real flagship for 2017 and it succeeds its current HTC 10 flagship smartphone.
HTC, famous for its premium built phones had made a drastic move this year with its U series. Ditching its metal build for glass is a huge gamble and the original U series didn’t really live up to expectations. That’s mainly due to its high pricing and underwhelming hardware for 2017.
Perhaps, the timing wasn’t right and HTC aims to make a comeback by releasing the U11 in conjunction with their 20th anniversary. According to HTC, the U11 is their real flagship successor of the HTC 10 while continuing its current glass approach of the U series. To stand out from the crowd, they have also introduced a new “squeezable” interaction feature.
What do you do when you’re the best in the world at something? Well, if you’re HTC, apparently, you stop doing it because, with the company’s brand new HTC U11 smartphone, it looks like the Taiwanese tech giant is putting the final nail in the coffin for their metal-bodied flagship devices.
Thankfully, the other stuff on the HTC U11 looks pretty good.
Ahead of its big reveal, HTC has teased what appears to be a 360 video recording feature that’s built in with the HTC U 11.
Ahead of its big reveal, serial leakster @onleaks and 91Mobiles have released a rather detailed render which gives us a better view of the device.