HTC U Ultra is currently available for purchase in the United States in blue, black and white color variants. However, the model is an unlocked variant of the handset. We had reported that the phone is available for pre-order for select users in the US.
With the start of shipping, the HTC U Ultra is available in retail stores across the country. Priced at $749, the phone is officially available on the official US website of the company.
The attraction of HTC U Ultra is that the phone will be compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile services because the device is an unlocked variant. However, you need not have to expect support for Verizon.
In terms of specifications, the HTC U Ultra features a 5.7-inch QHD Super LCD5 display, Snapdragon 821 processor, Adreno 530 graphics, 4GB RAM, 64/128GB expandable internal storage loaded with Android 7.0 Nougat.
You will be able to read more content in a small space due to the integration of high pixel density display with 513PPI. Furthermore, the phone also includes a 2.05-inch dual display with a resolution of 160×1040 pixels.
While the rear camera is equipped with a 12MP sensor coupled with f/1.8 aperture, the front-facing snapper bears a 16MP ultra sensor with FHD video recording capability. The rear camera offers support for OIS, PDAF including dual-LED flash. The audio segment is powered by HTC USonic and 3D Audio technologies.
In addition to all major connectivity features and sensors, the HTC U Ultra is powered by a 3000mAh battery with support for fast charging. However, the handset will not ship with a traditional headphone port.
Along with the product package, HTC has bundled HTC rapid charger 3.0, USB Type-C cable, HTC clear case, HTC USonic adaptive earphones, dust cloth and SIM tool.
As part of the launch offer, HTC is offering free shipping with UH OH Protection. The company is also offering 24 month EMI package at $31.20 per month without any interest.
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