Earlier in the week, Google revealed Android 8.0 Oreo, and released the software update for a number of Nexus and Pixel devices. HTC has now confirmed that its HTC U 11, HTC U Ultra and HTC 10 will be updated to Android Oreo.
This week was big for HTC. The company finally took stage, following up on its recent teasers, and announced not one, but two smartphones. The HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play are the first two members of a brand new U Series of smartphones. What we want to know is, are you at all interested?
HTC uncovered two smartphones today that had been rumored for a long time. The U Ultra and U Play are part of a brand-new line, HTC’s U-Series of smartphones. As you might expect, the HTC U Play is the smaller, less premium and thus more affordable model of the two, whereas the HTC U Ultra is the larger and more premium unit, and thus the more expensive model. Additional models may be added to the line soon, as noted in [Read More]
HTC is all set to unveil something, most presumably a smartphone or two, tomorrow at a private event happening in Europe. Just a day ahead of the announcement, real images have surfaced containing what sources believe is the HTC U Ultra. This may just be HTC’s big surprise tomorrow. Spoilers ahead!
HTC has begun a sale consisting of many smartphones. The following deals are active only in the U.S. for right now, and will remain open through the end of the week.
If you’re an HTC fan, you’re probably familiar with the private event scheduled to happen on January 12, just after CES 2017. If you can recall a post back from mid-December, the company put out a teaser with a giant ‘U’ on it (pictured above). Sources now claim that they know what that ‘U’ stands for.
HTC has had a rough couple of years due to lower than expected demand for its smartphones. Repeated mistakes, low marketing power and high prices triggered low sales of high-end smartphones such as HTC One M9, HTC 10 and HTC U Ultra. However, HTC seems to have fixed all its problems with the HTC U 11, and its June revenues prove it.
HTC has thus far released the HTC U Play, HTC U Ultra and HTC U 11 in 2017. According to a trusted source who posted just this morning, HTC could be onto what’s coming next.