About HTC

High Tech Computer Corporation, or HTC, is a major player in the wireless marketplace. Originally HTC made phones for other manufacturers, but more recently has made a big splash by putting their own name on an array of exciting, cutting edge devices.

HTC’s cell phone focus is generally the high end devices with the very latest technology, although as a manufacturer for other companies they made a whole range of phones.

During 2007 and 2008 HTC became one of the most talked about cell phone manufacturers and continues to create excitement based on their novel smartphones and, more recently, touch screen interfaces.


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Cnet

HTC U11 is a cheaper HTC U12 Plus alternative

HTC U11

from Cnet

For a stylish design and solid performance, the HTC U11 is a discount over the U12 Plus, though power users will be drawn to the U12 Plus' more robust squeezing features.

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For a stylish design and solid performance, the HTC U11 is a discount over the U12 Plus, though power users will be drawn to the U12 Plus' more robust squeezing features.

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Firstpost

When bigger isn't necessarily better

HTC U11+

from Firstpost

If last year’s U11 lacked presence, this year’s U11 Plus makes things worse. It’s a good phone, but it’s pricing places it in direct competition with, at the very least, the stunning Samsung Galaxy S9. At the same price, you’re getting a phone with fewer features, an older chipset, a bu...More

If last year’s U11 lacked presence, this year’s U11 Plus makes things worse. It’s a good phone, but it’s pricing places it in direct competition with, at the very least, the stunning Samsung Galaxy S9. At the same price, you’re getting a phone with fewer features, an older chipset, a bulkier phone, a worse display, a less capable camera, better battery life and better software.

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Tech Guide

The mid-level smartphone that’s just right

HTC U11 Life

from Tech Guide

Delivers all the features you want in a device that is just the right size and at an ultra-competitive price.

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Delivers all the features you want in a device that is just the right size and at an ultra-competitive price.

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Ausdroid

The mid-range to recommend

HTC U11 Life

from Ausdroid

As the first Android One handset in Australia, the HTC U11 Life has a lot to live up to – and for my money I think it does. HTC have delivered a finely tuned handset that’s beautiful to both look at and hold. The phone also has good hardware inside, that when paired with a stock...More

As the first Android One handset in Australia, the HTC U11 Life has a lot to live up to – and for my money I think it does. HTC have delivered a finely tuned handset that’s beautiful to both look at and hold. The phone also has good hardware inside, that when paired with a stock Android experience flows well with buttery smooth response.

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Android Authority

What the Pixel 2 XL could’ve been

HTC U11+

from Android Authority

The HTC U11 Plus has a fresh design, even if it’s not as advanced as some competitors. It offers a mostly great screen, even if it’s not as bright as others. It packs a very good camera, even if it falls slightly short of the best of the best.

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The HTC U11 Plus has a fresh design, even if it’s not as advanced as some competitors. It offers a mostly great screen, even if it’s not as bright as others. It packs a very good camera, even if it falls slightly short of the best of the best.

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Digital Photography Review

The best smartphone for stills photographers

Google Pixel 2

from Digital Photography Review

The Google Pixel 2 combines hardware with powerful software to produce incredibly detailed and vibrant still images in both daylight and low light.

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The Google Pixel 2 combines hardware with powerful software to produce incredibly detailed and vibrant still images in both daylight and low light.

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GSMArena

Low screen brightness is the only thing to taint the otherwise great experience

HTC U11+

from GSMArena

The HTC U11+ is still one of the best-looking smartphones out there, with snappy hardware and high-quality camera experience.

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The HTC U11+ is still one of the best-looking smartphones out there, with snappy hardware and high-quality camera experience.

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TechRadar

Gives its U11 phone the ultra-widescreen treatment

HTC U11+

from TechRadar

The HTC U11 Plus doesn't offer that much more than some phones released almost a year earlier. However, solid battery life, a slim screen surround and a great - if slightly slow - camera see it through.

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The HTC U11 Plus doesn't offer that much more than some phones released almost a year earlier. However, solid battery life, a slim screen surround and a great - if slightly slow - camera see it through.

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ZDNet

Not an affordable smartphone, but nor is it in the very top

HTC U11+

from ZDNet

You get a range of updated features including an 18:9 screen, a much bigger battery and improved water resistance. The downgrading of the front camera from 16 to 8 megapixels shouldn't worry anyone. HTC has come up with a very good handset in the U11+, but it's far from the best value for money available.

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You get a range of updated features including an 18:9 screen, a much bigger battery and improved water resistance. The downgrading of the front camera from 16 to 8 megapixels shouldn't worry anyone. HTC has come up with a very good handset in the U11+, but it's far from the best value for money available.

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Notebookcheck

A device which you should try and take into your own hands

HTC U11 Life

from Notebookcheck

Guaranteed regular security updates - this is a strong argument for the HTC U11 Life. A great pair of earphones included and a good battery life are further arguments. But there are also downsides with a bad speaker, lack of audio port, and not very accurate navigation.

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Guaranteed regular security updates - this is a strong argument for the HTC U11 Life. A great pair of earphones included and a good battery life are further arguments. But there are also downsides with a bad speaker, lack of audio port, and not very accurate navigation.

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Very poor phone

HTC Desire 320

Very glitchy, constantly freezing, terrible touch screen and keyboard, (constantly retyping passwords etc.) no flashlight, slow browser, poor camera. Overall this phone is a nightmare to use on a daily basis, by far the worst smartphone I have used. First and last HTC phone I will own. This phone shudnt have gone to market.
Very glitchy, constantly freezing, terrible touch screen and keyboard, (constantly retyping passwords etc.) no flashlight, slow browser, poor camera. Overall this phone is a nightmare to use on a daily basis, by far the worst smartphone I have used. First and last HTC phone I will own. This phone shudnt have gone to market. Less
FlaSh:')

Great performance

HTC Desire 526G+

Awsome features ....! :) This is not the best phone in the price sengment in term of display ,camera and look but its performance is fantastic i was able to play most of the high end games like gta,asphalt 8,nfs,dead trigger 2,nova 3(slightly lags)and shadow gun. Overall it is a good phone with desent...More
Awsome features ....! :) This is not the best phone in the price sengment in term of display ,camera and look but its performance is fantastic i was able to play most of the high end games like gta,asphalt 8,nfs,dead trigger 2,nova 3(slightly lags)and shadow gun. Overall it is a good phone with desent specs and also a budget phone for gamers....i am fully satisfied with its performance. Less
Raven

I hate this phone.

HTC Desire 626s

It suckd from charging issues to having completely no service in areas where there are high quality 4G service...idk wtf is up but they need to reimburst me or whatever.

This phone makes me crazy

HTC Desire 626G+

Phone getting hanged while trying to load the contacts..Some times unable to attend a call..It takes a lot of time to display the call logs..Unable to find the display name even though the contact is saved,..... Can't find the option to move apps from internal memory to SD Card....

Best Smartphone

HTC Desire 626G+

I have bring this HTC Desire 626G+ smartphone online from Amazon and it working fine. Phone capture amazing photos with its 13 MP primary camera and perform well.

Best phone I've had

HTC Desire 601

Of the eight (8) phones that I have had over the course of ten years, I have never had one better. I had it for a few months shy of a full two year term. For me, this phone was as fast as the major brand phones (S series, iPhone,etc.) But at a fraction of the cost. The best thing about it was the dual...More
Of the eight (8) phones that I have had over the course of ten years, I have never had one better. I had it for a few months shy of a full two year term. For me, this phone was as fast as the major brand phones (S series, iPhone,etc.) But at a fraction of the cost. The best thing about it was the dual front speakers, I could have it on one level of volume and it was so clear and loud. The speed of the phone was incredible, and it rarely crashed, glitched, froze, or otherwise underperformed for me. Then I made the stupid mistake of "upgrading" to a Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime for school. It was NOT worth it, this HTC is better tenfold than that stupid Galaxy phone. Only had that Galaxy phone for 2 months and I want my old HTC back. The message of this story, NAME BRAND IS NOT ALWAYS BETTER!! Less

Bad, Stupid, not Accepted at all!

HTC Desire 516

The HTC Desire 516 Dual sim is one of the worst Smartphones! Based on my experience, and after using the phone for 8 month, i can't recommend anyone to buy this phone. First, there's the Apps transfer issue: You cannot move or transfer any of your apps from the internal memory to the SD Card. Now if...More
The HTC Desire 516 Dual sim is one of the worst Smartphones! Based on my experience, and after using the phone for 8 month, i can't recommend anyone to buy this phone. First, there's the Apps transfer issue: You cannot move or transfer any of your apps from the internal memory to the SD Card. Now if the phone is supported with 8,16,32 GB of internal memory, i could accept such option, but with 2 GB internal memory! That's totally stupid. If you have installed just the most famous applications that everyone use (Whatsapp, Facebook, Viber, File Explorer, and other built-in and Google apps) you will not be able to install any other specialized app you probably need. What can i give as a mark to this stupid option? 1/10. Second, why the company insists that the internal memory is 4 GB, and the users cannot access more than 2 GB? I am surprised for such dumb situation, and it makes HTC look so Stupid! As i understand from several reviews, many of the Desire 516 Dual Sim faced this problem, with no clear answer of it: Is there anyway to access the full 4 GB? Or it's a lie that the phone has a 4 GB memory? So, as a result, the memory will earn 3/10. Third, the Camera performance. It's accepted in Good lightning conditions, not Very good, and certainly NOT PERFECT. it's just OK. On the other hand, and on bad lightning conditions (such as in the night) the camera performance is so bad, and that because of the low brightness produced by the LED Flash. Bad camera, it will not earn more that 3/10. Fourth, i can say that the overall performance of the phone is "OK". i don't have any problem of slow performance. It's not so fast, but it's not slow. It's "OK". What i mean by "Overall Performance" is how quick the phone is opening and closing certain application, how much time does it take to accomplish a task with certain application...etc. However, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 Processor, i couldn't expect more. My mark here will be 6/10. Fifth, the touchscreen. Also "OK", not "Bad" and not "Perfect". It's stable, and haven't any problem with multitouch tasks. The touchscreen deserves 6/10. Maybe there's one good thing about the phone, and it's the design. The design is simple, you get all your necessary things where you expect them (Power button, volume buttons...) and it express the HTC design line. As a result, i will give this phone 4/10 as a total mark. I wouldn't recommend this phone to any one. This is not a Good Mid-Range phone, this a Bad phone whatever the category of classification is. Less

HTC Hate This Cell-phone

HTC Desire 601

Had to send back 3 times during the first year. Had to pay return shipping every time. HTC would not cover any shipping costs. Was told because i live in Canada. One month past warranty phone went crazy would come on and off every 15 seconds and could not do anything about it. Threw it in the garbage and bought an LG.
Had to send back 3 times during the first year. Had to pay return shipping every time. HTC would not cover any shipping costs. Was told because i live in Canada. One month past warranty phone went crazy would come on and off every 15 seconds and could not do anything about it. Threw it in the garbage and bought an LG. Less

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