HTC's first phablet in years is a perfectly fine phone that feels a little half-baked in places — and for $750... well, you expect more. Five or six years ago, HTC was a titan of the smartphone world. But the past half-decade hasn't been kind to the Taiwanese company. Show More Summary
The HTC U Ultra has come to Canada at a steep price. There were a number of beautiful photos of the HTC U Ultra I could have chosen for this post, because the phone is very nicely made. Its reflective glass shimmers in the light in a way that no other does. Show More Summary
The HTC U Ultra is now available in Canada for $999. You can get it directly from HTC in Sapphire Blue, Ice White, and Brilliant Black.
When HTC Taiwan teased a Spring surprise for March 20, press couldn’t help themselves but jump to the wild idea that HTC was going to unveil an HTC 11. Seriously, look at this. Forget the fact that we don’t even fully know that an HTC...Show More Summary
HTC has revealed their big surprise: it's a sapphire version of the HTC U Ultra.
HTC's limited edition U Ultra picks up 128GB storage and a sapphire-coated display for an additional $150. HTC Taiwan said last week that it would share an "unexpected surprise" on March 20, and like the company's recent launches, the reveal itself was rather underwhelming. Show More Summary
Speculation about today's "unexpected surprise" from HTC turned out to be overly optimistic.
HTC needs something big to come back from its failures, and they may be banking on the release of the HTC 11. Codenamed “Ocean,” it was speculated that the device would never be released after poor reviews of the HTC U Ultra droppedShow More Summary
When HTC showed up in January with the HTC U Ultra, we were skeptical about the entire schtick. While the phone has a solid set of specs and is quite the looker, the unlocked sales pitch that included a 2-month pre-order period was odd. We actually called it an HTC Kickstarter project. Yikes. So here we […] HTC U Ultra Review is a post from: Droid Life
The trend in 2017 is toward taller, narrower phones, but that doesn't mean we won't continue to see some beasts. The HTC U Ultra and Huawei Mate 9 are two of the largest Android smartphones available today and one seems to be a clear winner.
The HTC U Ultra is a departure from the unibody metal HTC designs of the past and HTC has succeeded in making glass gorgeous. Unfortunately, it's one of the largest phones available with a limited capacity battery.
Back in January, HTC unveiled two new smartphones: the HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play. While the phones were intriguing in their own way, they weren't the flagship devices we expected to follow the HTC 10. Since the reveal of the U Ultra...Show More Summary
While HTC revealed the U Ultra earlier this year, a flagship device on its own, the company has maintained expectations that another premiere handset could see the light of day this year. That day might come sooner rather than later. As TechRadar reports, HTC Taiwan has taken to [...]
We love the design, front cam and stereo speakers on the HTC U Ultra, but its high price, short battery life and lack of its most important feature make it hard to fully recommend this phone.
The HTC U Ultra is an eye-catching unlocked phablet with powerful hardware and some unique features, but it's expensive and feels a bit half-baked.
When HTC first introduced the U Ultra, then talked a lot about the phone’s AI smarts. The U Ultra was supposed to include an assistant of sorts, called HTC Sense Companion, that could help you throughout a day and potentially learn from you the more you use your phone. We poked quite a bit of […] HTC Sense Companion App Now Available is a post from: Droid Life
We’re still waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S8 to be announced, as you are well aware, but this week was packed again full of big Android stories. For one, we picked up an HTC U Ultra and have started fully testing it in preparation for a review. I told you how badly I miss the […] Don’t Miss These Android Stories: March 10, 2017 is a post from: Droid Life
On this episode of the Droid Life Show, we’ll share some thoughts on the HTC U Ultra, now that we have it in house. This is HTC’s first flagship for 2017, so even if it lacks any level of buzz, it’s worth a quick look. Also, we’ll talk about the current status of Hangouts, Google Assistant’s […] The Droid Life Show: Episode 136 – This U Ultra Thing is a post from: Droid Life