News tagged: HTC U Ultra
HTC was one of the first companies that have confirmed its plans regarding the Android Oreo update. The Taiwanese company said that Android 8.0 Oreo update for the U11 smartphone will arrive sometime in the fourth quarter of this year, but since then, there has been no official
In addition to launching the HTC U11 with 128 GB, HTC is also announced that from July 25, HTC U Ultra and HTC 10 will be available at reduced prices. The deal lasts until August 7, and probably until there are units in stock, so you should act fast.
In less than a week, HTC will announce its true flagship smartphone, the U 11. As with every flagship device, expect to see high-end specifications and very attractive design, and in this case a very innovative feature called Edge Sense that lets you squeeze the device's frame
Many flagship smartphones come with Corning's Gorilla Glass protection, which has proved over the last few years. As the company is developing its next-generation glass, some companies have decided to experiment with some other materials, like HTC with sapphire.
HTC has quickly reduced the price of the U Ultra, reducing its unlocked price from $749 to $599 (a 20% decline) during a week-long sale. The phone has only been on the market for a few weeks, so it's pretty early to significantly discount the product.
HTC U Ultra and U Play are great looking phones, but they are not the true flagships for 2017. The Taiwanese company is working on another phone with which they plan on battling with other flagship phones and we now reportedly have the first images of the phone.
You remember recent teaser image from HTC that said "Spring is coming"? Well, don't hold your breath, as the Taiwanese company has nothing to announce that we didn't know. HTC has revealed that its U Ultra smartphone with a Sapphire glass, which is exclusive to the
HTC's flagship smartphone has finally reached the shelves in the United States, as it was promised two days ago. The HTC U Ultra was announced back in January and went on sale in Europe shortly after, but now, people in the US can purchase the phone from HTC.com.
The HTC U Ultra will start shipping to consumers in the United States this Friday. HTC's official online store confirmed its March 10 ship date. Preorders are still being accepted for the device ahead of its release. It comes with a Snapdragon 821 processor.
HTC's U Ultra and U Play smartphones are going to be released in the Australian market on March 8. Preorders are already available for the Ultra. You can get it through Vodafone. Both phones will be sold in Sapphire Blue, Brilliant Black, and Ice White.
HTC has launched its U series of smartphones in India earlier today, but it looks like the top U Ultra model is also available in Europe. The handset, which was unveiled last month, is now available for purchase in Europe, Romania, but it isn't cheap.
Early rumours were saying that Samsung apparently have exclusive deal with Qualcomm over Snapdragon 835 and the rumours look to be true. According to latest information, many flagship smartphones won't have Snapdragon 835 as Samsung has first dibs on the chipset.
As promised, HTC has unveiled two new smartphones that are part of the new "U" lineup. Called HTC U Play and U Ultra, the phones have several new features, such as a secondary display for notifications, four low-power microphones and more, that HTC hopes will attract new
HTC is readying a press conference that is scheduled for January 12, which is tomorrow, where it plans to unveil its completely new smartphone lineup. Earlier today, both phones starred in live images, and now all key specifications have appeared online so we know what to expect
HTC wasn't present at CES 2017 and the company already confirmed it will miss the upcoming MWC 2017 trade show. Instead, the company is focused on "For U" event that is scheduled for January 12. At first, it was rumoured that only the Ocean Note, now known as HTC U Ultra, will be
First rumour about new device has emerged in 2017. HTC Ocean Note was first rumoured to be the upcoming HTC flagship also known as HTC 11, but new rumours suggest it is actually a phablet called HTC U Ultra, which might be unveiled very soon, on January 12.