HTC U11 Plus review: what the Pixel 2 XL could’ve been

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The HTC U11+ started out as the prototype for the Pixel 2 XL. Find out if it has what it takes to stand on its own in our HTC U11 Plus review.

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46 thoughts on “HTC U11 Plus review: what the Pixel 2 XL could’ve been

  1. Hey guys, hope you enjoy the review (except the audio, I know, ugh). Wishing more folks could get their hands on this phone, cos it's a corker.

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  3. I want to buy the U11 plus unlocked, but I live in the US. Will I run into any issues worth noting before deciding to make the purchase (i.e. cell frequency bands)? Also, on AT&T as my service provider. Thanks, and great review!

  4. This is the most honest review clip about the realty of HTC U11+ by the way HTC always have the most garbage screens and batteries ever in cell phones market.

  5. I loved this phone untill my girlfriend smashed it. Its literally scrap now but it still works… I don't have warranty on it because I am in the USA… Does anybody know if I can get replacement covers and a screen digitizer for the HTC U PLUS

  6. Have heard rumours that in allowing HTC to release what would have been the Pixel 2 XL, Google prevented them from selling it in the US or Australian market so that it wouldn't be a direct competitor to the Pixel especially considering the history of it's development. Not sure how accurate this is, but have heard it from multiple places. There is no actual logical reason otherwise that HTC would not release it in these markets considering the specs and just how good a phone it is. In the past, when they have created Asia and/or UK exclusives, they have generally not used the top of the line Snapdragon processors and instead gone with slower and older SDs, or gone with a MediaTek.

  7. since when is the 2nd camera only used for portrait mode ? they should put something useful like a superwide lens or a 3x zoom lens

  8. Nice review, I was actually considering the HTC U11+ until I saw how dim the display is in sunlight and I realised, that I'd rather pay extra for the Pixel 2 XL being a better phone, with that being said, the fact it has expandable memory and it's cheaper price work in its favour and it not being released in the US is probably for the best as the US is gripped by a Samsung and Apple Dolopoly.

  9. i have u11+ about 2 weeks and i can really say its a great great phone. Brihtness of display can be an issue only when you are in sunlight, but an update is coming to volume up the brightness as they said.

  10. Software is nice but form factor not good and screen brightness also no good and battery optimisation is crap, no wireless charging I would rather go for the mate 10 pro with action launcher 3

  11. Say, doesn't Google own HTC now? I've written off 2017 HTCs and I'm anxiously waiting for what will be the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. If they can keep the good stuff of the 2s but give us better OLED displays, a more quality feeling build, and wireless charging (I've given up on expandable memory), then I'll be saying to Google/HTC, "Shut up and take my money!"

  12. htc has been one of those companies who makes really good phones, but the thing that caused its downfall is its aftermarket support..i used to have an htc, loved it but when i started to experience issues i had no aftermarket support..that is the same reason i don't get mi phones or the cheap ones with really good specs, as i don't buy phones all the time..aftermarket support is very important for me, unless they market it as disposeable which will depend on the comsumer to get it or not, i would still stick with companies who has repair shops where i can simply walk in and have my phone fixed

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