The HTC U11 is one of the most flagship Android phones of 2017 and now the company is launching the new phone named, HTC U11+. The company today announced the upgraded and enhanced version which looks almost similar to its predecessor by design.
But if you inspect it closely, you can find differences between the models. The big difference starts with the display, moving from 5 inches up to 6 inches display with an 18:9 ratio and a resolution of 2880×1440.
The device is equipped with a bigger battery, Snapdragon 835 and a 12 MP camera on the back with full-sensor phase detection autofocus. It also runs IP68 water and dust resistance, and Android 8.0 Oreo. The device will come in two models and the specification includes the entry-level 64GB storage and 4GB RAM or 128GB storage and 6GB RAM. The device includes reflective glass that makes the product cheaper and it will be priced at $349.
The phone will be available in three colors: Ceramic Black, Amazing Silver, and Translucent Black. The company has improved Edge sense, which will allow you squeeze the phone to open an Edge Launcher that will give you access of both apps and notifications.
But, for now, according to the company the HTC U11+ is not coming to the US. However, HTC has not revealed details about their plans of bringing this phone in the US. The U11 Life is currently available online and on November 3 it will hit T-Mobile stores