• htc_u11

The HTC U11 has a glass unibody-like design with an aluminium frame that includes pressure sensitive points for the implementation of HTC Edge Sense. It is fitted with a 5.5-inch Super LCD 5 Quad HD (2560 × 1440 pixels) display. The front glass is made of Corning Gorilla Glass 5 while the rear glass uses Gorilla Glass 3.

The rear camera is 12 megapixels with 1.4μm pixels and an f1.7 aperture; it also includes OIS and Ultraspeed Autofocus. The front (selfie) camera is 16 MP with an f2.0 aperture; it also includes EIS.

The HTC U11 has 4 microphones for 24-bit 360-degree audio recording. It also has Boomsound stereo speakers where the earpiece acts as the treble while the bottom firing speaker acts as the subwoofer. Dust and waterproofing are included with a IP67 certification.[1]

The phone will ship with the Snapdragon 835 and will include either 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of storage or 6 GB RAM and 128 GB of storage.]


The HTC U11 will ship with Android 7.1 Nougat with an overlay of HTC Sense UI. Google Assistant, Amazon‘s Alexa and Baidu Duer (China only) are pre-installed. Alexa only became available on July 17, 2017.HTC Sense Companion is installed to make personalized suggestions by learning from daily routines and suggestions based on the user’s location


Phone Specification

  • Main camera 12mp camera with F1.7 apecher with dual pixel auto focus secondary camera


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Galaxy S8


 Apart from the irritating performance of the biometrics and the high price, the Galaxy S8 is a phone that offers an exceptional experience for any user. The large screen is a real turning point in flagship phone design and should usher in the end of large bezels, and the camera and slick performance work brilliantly under the finger. It commands a premium price, but make no mistake: this is a truly premium phone.


  • Amazing, large display
  • Huge power
  • Great camera


  • Irritating biometric unlocking
  • Very expensive at launch
  • Bixby pointless

The Samsung Galaxy is a phone that’s unlike anything you’ll have seen on the market. It’s just stunning.

It’s incredibly expensive in a world where mid-range phones are more than good enough to handle most tasks people like… but the second you pick it up it’s easy to see why.

The screen is just brilliant – the clearest, sharpest and offers lovely color reproduction to make movie watching a dream, and that’s before you’ve even got to the fact it’s wrapped into the chassis so hugely that it has a screen larger than the iPhone 7 Plus in a chassis that feels more like the iPhone 7.

The Galaxy S8 isn’t perfect – in the search to squeeze the screen in so completely, other factors were overlooked: namely, the placement of the fingerprint reader. If you want this phone, you’ll need to answer this question: are you OK using an iris scanner?

And if you’re looking for something even bigger, and with a much-improved battery life to boot, then the Galaxy S8 Plus is easily the way to go – check out our review of that to see if that’s the phone for you.