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Release Date in Hong Kong
DateMay 2017

HTC U11 Hong Kong Specs, Review, and Price

HTC U11 Hong Kong - A Unique Handset with Impressive Audio Performance

In today’s sea of remarkable phones, the HTC U11 Hong Kong manages to stand out. It has a hugely impressive spec list, unique design, innovation in the form of squeezable sides, and a great camera. On top of that, it received remarkable upgrades such as the Amazon Alexa that serves as the phone’s voice assistant like Siri and Bixby. Here’s a rundown of its specifications and features.

Well-Built and Sleek Exterior

The design of the HTC U11 is something that takes a little getting used to – but it's worth taking the time to do so. Holding it feels nice in the hand, as the polished Gorilla Glass is so sleek and elegant. The U11 Hong Kong offers an aesthetic appeal in a way that is rarely seen with many phones. This is because it sports a Liquid Surface design that manages to offer two colours at once. Apart from its stunning exterior, the HTC U11's chassis is well built and solid.

High-Resolution Screen

The U11 has a vibrant, large, and clear screen with QHD (1440 x 2560) resolution which offers enough clarity that anyone could want while still preserving enough battery life. The screen also comes with an auto-brightness feature that dynamically alters well day and night.

Squeezable Design

The HTC U11 Hong Kong made headlines due to its Edge Sense design, allowing users to squeeze the handset. This cutting-edge design is not just a regular embellishment but it also has convenient uses like shifting the camera to selfie mode by long-holding the sides. Plus, the sides feel very intuitive and cleverly designed.

Impressive Camera Performance

Although the U11 only comes with a 12 MP single lens rear camera, it offers a remarkable Pro Camera technology that lets you have full control over settings like white balance and exposure. You can even choose to shoot in JPG or RAW format and enhance it to improve the colour and contrast. Meanwhile, its 16-MP front sensor (of aperture 2.0) offers bright and vibrant photos, regardless of the lighting. It excels at providing sharp photos in low light environments, making the U11 one of the best selfie phones to date.

Excellent Audio Performance

Apart from its powerful Snapdragon 835 CPU, another main selling point of the U11 is its audio performance. It offers strong audio quality and crisp sounds, which are rare in flagship phones these days. If you are an audiophile, the HTC U11 is the ideal handset you can get your hands on.

Here's a review on the HTC U11 HK from Android Authority:

Reviews of HTC U11
Reviewed on 2018-09-26
HTC U11 Review: The “more and the less” conventional flagship....
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Reviewed on 2018-04-13
Which smartphone boasts the best optics, for snapping photos and home movies on the go? We've tested and reviewed a huge number of mobile phone cameras in 2018. From great-value budget shooters to advanced premium mobile cameras, which come 4K Ultra HD re...
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Reviewed on 2018-02-08
Reliable flagship performance, Excellent camera, Attractive design, Great battery life
No HDR10 support at launch, No dual camera system, Fingerprint magnet, Pricey
We first met the new HTC U11+ at the tail end of 2017, but the company wasn't ready to release it into the world until we'd all rung in the new year. So, is it still worth a purchase in spite of the imminent arrival of some of this year's biggest players...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-09
Post updated to reflect an update to the EdgeSense feature and to fix a few factual errors in the post – thanks to HTC for clarifying!Perhaps the most distinguishing feature of a modern smartphone is the display – in a world of shrinking bezels and 6″ pha...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-11
Good exposure, Fast autofocus, Good noise control
Can't match the competition for color, Slightly abrupt white balance transition, Limited dynamic range
The HTC U11 was the best device tested with the original DxOMark Mobile protocol and retains its number one ranking with the updated DxOMark Mobile protocol, sharing the top spot with the Google Pixel. Although the two devices have achieved the same over...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-11
I need to get this out there before the new iPhones and, especially, the new Google Pixels shake my confidence: the HTC U11 is my phone of the year. The red U11, in particular. I‘ve been using that device for over a month now, and having relied on it to...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-06
HTC can't seem to figure out what they want their flagship device to look like. Whereas Samsung and others tend to have a distinct look, this year's HTC U11 is drastically different from last year's HTC 10 HTC 10 Review HTC 10 Review There's litt...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-04
The HTC U11 is the 2017 flagship device from the struggling Taiwanese phone-maker. Coming on the heels of the disappointing sales of its high-end model from last year, the U11 has had a lot to prove in order to keep HTC in the smartphone game.From the ge...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-30
Outstanding camera. Topend performance and display, with support for Gigabit LTE. Squeeze feature is unique. HTC has finally made a water resistant phone
HTC loves bezels. No headphone jack
It's no secret that HTC has been struggling over the past few years. While they worked with Google to create the excellent Pixel and Pixel XL, these phones didn't carry any HTC branding, and HTC's own offerings were uninspiring in comparison. But the comp...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-31
Good lowlight camera performance, Amazing display, Flawless performance and audio, USonic Earbuds are excellent
Glossy design looks great but is a fingerprint magnet, Lack of 3.5mm audio jack, Edge Sense needs more work
There used to be a time when HTC was among the top manufacturers for high-end smartphones, but as time passed and the competition got better, HTC succumbed to the pressure and started struggling to hit the right chord with consumers. We all remember HTC's...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-29
The smartphone market is an increasingly crowded place and with each launch manufacturers have to fight harder to make their mobiles stand out from the rest. Thankfully for photographers the camera specification and performance is a key area where they ca...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-29
Excellent cameras, Lots of horsepower, Multiple AI assistants to choose from, Finally, a water-resistant HTC phone, Edge Sense works
Glass design is slippery and fragile, Battery life could be better, No headphone jack, The Sense interface is getting old
Even die-hard fans have been ready to write off HTC for years now, and I can't blame them. The company's phones have fluctuated between greatness and mediocrity, while its competitors have improved by leaps and bounds. So, what's a company in a kind of ex...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-25
unusual range of colors, fast Snapdragon processor, UFS 2.1 storage, great camera, accurate GPS, good display, storage is expandable, Gigabit-LTE, fast USB port with video out, great headset, IP certified
SoC throttling under load, microSD slot is just average, doesn't support aptX, not all functions available when recording video
Full steam ahead. HTC attempts to mix it up at the top with the new flagship smartphone U11. The company incorporates lots of high tech into an extraordinary case, which not only looks different, but also features a unique and pressure-sensitive frame des...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-24
The HTC U11 design is something that is quite different from your array of phones that are on the market at the moment. With light gorilla glass and curved the metal backplate, it feels a little less premium than say the Samsung S8 or HTC 10.Although I...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-12
We regularly like to compare cameras between the latest smartphones, and there's a very good reason for that. Despite all the extra features, fancy screens and loud speakers, the camera is still likely the most important feature of any phone for most peop...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-09
Sleek design with glass back, 5.5-inch Super LCD5 display with QHD resolution, Gorilla Glass 5 and Night mode, Powerful and clear sound, Relatively durable battery + power saving modes, Android 7.1 Nougat and user interface with various features, Edge Sen...
Body prone to fingerprints, No separate headphone jack
The next top model we will introduce you to is called HTC U11. It is a smartphone of the highest price range so we have high expectations. Of course, in order to check its capabilities, we will compare it to the other leading devices we have already teste...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-05
HTC has been struggling to hit a home run for years now, slowly falling further and further behind the heavy hitters in the Android market. That's not to say that HTC has made a series of bad phones, they've just been unable to deliver the full package wh...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-03
As mentioned a few times before I'm in possession of an HTC U11 on loan from the PR department of HTC.Tomorrow is my last full day with it so this is the wrap up unless I find something worrisome or extremely awesome in the next 36 hours or so.I'm under n...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-29
The Oppo UDP-203 is a well-built, premium 4K Blu-ray player and the first to support Dolby Vision disc playback. Connectivity is superb, with a full 7.1 analog output and even an HDMI input for connecting streaming players. Video and audio quality is exce...
The player is expensive and defiantly free of built-in streaming features. Picture performance isn't readily distinguishable from players at half the price
It's getting harder and harder to make an impression when it feels like every major phone manufacturer is gunning for the super-powered, top-tier flagship title. The HTC U11 has tried to get you to sit up and take notice with features like squeezable side...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-26
I'm not going to attempt to quantify what day of testing I'm on. I sat it down for most of the weekend and started playing with it again yesterday and here're the things I've found.On Friday at about 6pm with ~90% battery remaining I placed the phone on L...
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