HTC U11 Review

The HTC U11 is the company's newest flagship and the first phone in the world to come with a "squeezable" frame and a gorgeous colour scheme.

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HTC U11 Features & Specifications

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HTC U11 Design & Build

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HTC U11 Display Review

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HTC U11 Performance Review

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HTC U11 Primary Camera Review

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HTC U11 Secondary Camera Review

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HTC U11 Call Quality Review

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HTC U11 Software & UI Review

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HTC U11 Battery life Review

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HTC U11 Price

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The HTC U11 is available in India in a singular variant, which is the top of the line version of the device.

HTC U11 6GB RAM/64GB Storage Price in India – Rs. 51990

The HTC U11 was originally made available in India in Amazing Silver, but in some time, the company has also brought the Sapphire Blue and the Solar Red versions of the phone to India. The HTC U Ultra was a product that felt a little overpriced for its specifications, but the HTC U11 squarely fits the description of a “flagship.” It has top of the line specifications, an industry leading camera, extremely good audio output (and the supplied earphones are amazing) and a display that is very pleasing. The battery life does not disappoint either. The only small downside to the HTC U11 would be the fact that some elements of the operating system like the dialer and contacts app desperately need a re-design as they look like something out of the very early days of Android.

For those who are looking for their next flagship, the HTC U11 finally has a solid contender in the race. Up until now, HTC’s high-end offerings have always left out features that would be expected of a high end phone, or they would end up putting an unjustifiable price tag on their phones. The HTC U11 changes all of that. It checks off every box you that would make a smartphone flagship worthy, hence, the price tag is warranted. IF you’re looking for a phone with great overall features and performance, we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the U11, but we do sincerely hope that HTC does something about the dated UI elements.

HTC U11 Photo Gallery

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HTC U11 Video Review

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