Last week, HTC unveiled a pair of new smartphones in Taiwan, the HTC U 11+ and HTC U 11 Life. HTC U 11+ will not be available in the US, and is the company’s utmost high-end Android device of 2017 thus far, upping the HTC U 11. HTC U 11 Life is already available, in the US and additional regions, and is the more affordable model of the two featuring modest specs. Here are all the new wallpapers that can be [Read More]
HTC introduced two smartphones on November 2, which have been shown in quite a few leaks dating back some time. Keeping HTC’s ‘U 11’ branding, a combination of the company’s “For You” lineup of phones for 2017 and flagship numbering, are the brand new HTC U 11+ and HTC U 11 Life. The pair is joining the already available U Ultra, U Play and U 11, which all together make up HTC’s U-Series of smartphones. Here’s a roundup of everything to know.
HTC has continued to ramp up anticipation for its announcement that will be made on Thursday, November 2. Yet another teaser image was put out just as we were wrapping things up last week, and it shows a near bezel-less frame on a smartphone. Could this be the rumored U 11+?
HTC has its U 11 flagship smartphone at a discounted price. The deal is active for US customers only and consists of all color options and storage variants. Have a look.
HTC is holding an event in Taiwan on November 2. We know that the company will announce a smartphone, we just don’t know which one. Reports thus far have indicated the possibility of a HTC U 11 Plus, while others say that HTC will launch the long-rumored HTC Ocean Life.
The HTC U 11 ranks eighth on our list of best Android smartphones of 2017. However, the fall launch season is here, and HTC wants to revive its latest flagship model with a refresh in order to be more competitive against offerings from Google, Samsung and LG.
HTC is running various promotions this week across its entire lineup of mobile products. The deals went live today on the company’s website and will remain open until October 8. Many of them are available globally.
Google and HTC recently signed an agreement that sees Google acquiring some of HTC’s engineers. As part of this deal, HTC is still able to develop its own smartphones. One such device is known as the HTC ‘Ocean Master’ and we have a new leak providing additional details.