HTC finally unwrapped new flagship phones on Thursday, the HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play. The HTC U Ultra announced in market with 5.7-inch with QHD Display and the later flagship HTC U Play debuts with 5.2-inch 1080p Display.
High Tech Computer Corporation Company added two new devices in its lineup on 12 January 2017. Both smartphones comes with an aluminum frame paired with curved glass back, this is the unusual choice of HTC to maintain reputation of creating nice looking aluminum phones. Not only design, HTC flagship packed with layers of colored minerals that reflect light in much impressive manner.
The Taiwanese manufacturer company also add visual depths which is the special feature of HTC known as “Liquid Surface”. Regarding specification, the one of two flagship HTC U Ultra released with a large enough display of 5.7-inch QHD LCD 2560x1440p along with super-fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 Quad-core processor, 16 mega-pixel front and 12 mega-pixel rear camera. U Ultra available in 64GB or 128GB storage and 4GB of RAM with a battery power of 3000mAh. Both Smartphones packed the software of Android 7.0 with HTC Sense Companion.
HTC U Play debuts in global market with 5.2-inch full HD 1080p, Super LCD Gorilla Glass Display. The latest HTC U Play packed with Media Tek Helio P10 Octa-core processor. The internal storage of 32GB or 64GB can be expands up to 2000GB via microSD card and it is also featuring 3GB of RAM. HTC U Play landed in market with 16-megapixel rear and 16-mega-pixel front camera however, the 2500mAh battery supports the fast charging.
HTC U Play and HTC U Ultra come in four different colors: Cosmetic Pink, Brilliant Black, Sapphire Blue and Ice White. HTC just used a small circular hole for microphone, a USB Type-C port for audio by skipping a 3.5mm headphone jack in these two smartphones.
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