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HTC Launched U11+ In India


HTC has just launched the upgraded variant of U11 that is U11+. It’s just been launched in India and goes up against the like of Samsung Galaxy S8+, LG V30+, and Google Pixel 2XL. The smartphone packs in flagship level hardware under its shiny mirror finish exterior.

HTC’s U11+ sticks to HTC design language and has glossy mirror finish body. The company calls it liquid surface and it’s made of glass. This helps it to stand out every other flagship in the market. The front is pretty much dominated by the 6-inch display with a thin border and slightly bigger at the top.

HTC had to move the fingerprint scanner to the back just below the camera. The placement is convenient, and it is quick to unlock the phone from. The phone has a metal band around it which houses the power and volume button o the right and left is completely blank. At the bottom side, there are downward firing speakers alongside USB type C port and the primary microphone.

The phone packed with quick charge 3.0 charger as well as a larger battery with the capacity of 3930 mAh, however, it does not feel bulky. Internationally, the phone is available in three colors but in India, HTC has launched only in amazing silver color which looks bluer than silver.

The company calls it super LCD 6 and panel suppose DCI P3 white color gamete. Powering the phone is the Snapdragon 835 SoC and Octa-core processor at 2.45GhZ.  There are two variants of U11+, one with 4 GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage while the other has 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage.

HTC only has the higher end variant on sale in India and its priced at 56,990 rupees and it has also upgraded IP rating. HTC is known for its Sense UI and the smartphone runs it on Android Oreo. HTC U11+ is a powerful smartphone and capable of doing multiple things as per the users’ choice. It has HDR 10 support and it has 12-megapixel rear camera same as U11 which gives a complete control over the explosion and other too.

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