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, serial leakster @onleaks and 91Mobiles have released a rather detailed render which gives us a better view of the device.
HTC Malaysia has finally introduced its sapphire glass edition of its HTC U Ultra flagship. With sapphire glass in front, this phone is more scratch resistant and this special edition model also comes with double the internal storage.
If the current HTC U Ultra isn’t the worthy HTC 10 replacement you’re looking for, the Taiwanese smartphone maker is about to release a new model that’s up to date for 2017. Dubbed as the “Ocean” or possibly called the HTC U 11, the new flagship smartphone will come with better specs and a new interaction that involves squeezing.
Yep, we’re doing it. A massive camera comparison with every single high-end flagship smartphone we could get our hands on. Six handsets, seven different tests, and one table.
This is SoyaCincau’s epic flagship smartphone camera comparison. Want to know which flagship smartphone takes the best photos? Well, now you can see and decide for yourself.
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The HTC One X10 has just been announced in Russia and it’s the Taiwanese smartphone maker’s new mid-range device that comes with a 5.5″ display. You probably would expect this to replace the current HTC One X9 but looking at the spec sheet, HTC might have taken a step back with the X10.
In a move none of us saw coming, HTC has just made one of their high end flagships a whole lot better when it comes to value for money. Yep, there isn’t a typo in the title, HTC’s brand new U Ultra is now RM400 cheaper.
At the Mobile World Congress this year, Nokia managed to grab the attention of consumers with the announcement of the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and the Nokia 6, along with the revamped Nokia 3310. Details are now being rumoured of a top of the line device that could be on sale by the end of this year.
HTC has been trying to release a smartwatch for the longest time. Most recently, it was reported that the Taiwanese company would be making an Android Wear smartwatch in collaboration with Under Armour. If you’ve been waiting for one, unfortunately, HTC is scrapping its smartwatch plans for the time being.