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HTC U Ultra, 64GB - Brilliant Black (SIM Free/Unlocked)
What's in the Box:
Dual-Display & Wisely Engineered Smartphone
The HTC U Ultra is equipped with the 5.7-inch dimensions transforming the device into a fairly large yet easy to handle even with the single hand. The glass built gives it a smooth finish, and the rounded edges make it lovely to hold, despite its size. There are two screens on the front of the HTC U Ultra such as the main 5.7-inch, 2560 x 1440 LCD panel which is sharp and vibrant, plus a secondary 2-inch screen that sits just above it. The supplementary display will show notifications and shortcuts for things like apps and contacts. Short messages can also be shown and users can swipe through them. The secondary screen is always on by default, and should not affect the battery life too much.
Impressive Hardware Capability
The HTC U Ultra offers a touchscreen with a highly-sensitive touch response, as well as the HTC U Ultra is really a uniquely handsome Android smartphone that stands out for its bold aesthetic above anything else. The HTC U Ultra runs a Snapdragon 821 CPU paired with 4GB RAM. The 64GB of internal storage offers ample storage space to users to store everything and anything such as audio files, video files, as well as pertinent documents. The HTC U Ultra being Snapdragon powered is utterly fast even in the multi-tasking environment.
A Perfectly Capable Operating System
HTC U Ultra is furnished with the latest version of Sense being a well-presented adaptation of Android Nougat with native split-screen multitasking well suited to phone’s large display. The HTC Sense also integrates a news and social aggregator in BlinkFeed, which some may find useful, along with a customisable look, through both classic and freestyle themes, which, among other things, allow random icon placement, for a more personalised UI.
Capture Life In Fuller Detail
On the back of HTC U Ultra, a 12-megapixel OIS sensor is equipped with a f/1.8 lens and 1.55-micron pixels. Around the front is a 16-megapixel selfie shooter, with an UltraPixel mode for lower light and auto-HDR. The camera is fully capable of capturing respectable photos in all the lighting conditions. In the compromising lighting conditions, there is no graininess within the photos & videos. Users will experience a perfect colour balance in all the imaging and video output, as well as images, are fully bright. The selfies with HTC U Ultra’s 16MP front-facing sensor delivers spot-on skin tones with perfect background balance.
Battery That Lasts Long
The HTC U Ultra is powered by a 3000mAh battery enabling users to experience the usage freedom for a considerably appreciable period of standby and talk time. With some hefty downloads, video streaming and gaming apps users shall be able to use the device for a full day. The dual-display screen delivers all the information, and the hardware of the device does not consume battery they way conventional device used to. The operating system and the usage feature offer multiple battery saver modes in order to sustain the timeline even when the battery percentage is less than perfect. Additionally, the HTC U Ultra features fast-charging capability and tops up above 30% in just 20 minutes on the count. A full charge within 1-2 hours is another impressive feature of HTC U Ultra.
The HTC U Ultra is a gorgeous smartphone to behold. The device looks good in the hands, however, with the glass built design, care must be taken while usage. It is still a flagship device, as well as a fundamentally good handset. The processing speed, battery life are at its best, and its dual screens are a well-tuned team. The best about the dual-screen productivity is that users can continue using an application without missing any notification as the secondary screen is there to keep the users well-informed.
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(Manufacturer's Note: The battery claims may vary based on cellular network, location, signal strength, feature configurations, app and phone usage, and many other factors. Actual results may vary.)