HTC U Ultra: Official Features and Specs
In recent days we had been talking about a new device that the Taiwanese company HTC would present, it was the HTC Ocean Notea name that just a few days ago changed and became the HTC U Plus. As planned, the HTC company has officially presented it, although in its characteristics we can find few surprises, since most of them had already been leaked.
The HTC U Ultra has a screen of 5.7 inches with Quad HD resolution with Super LCD 5 technology, but also has a secondary screen of 2 inches with 160x1040p resolutionthe rest of the specifications are listed below.
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Features and technical specifications of the new HTC U Ultra
Before we start breaking down the features of the new HTC U Plus we are going to review the design a bit, we have a fairly large device since the company has introduced two screens, it has been made of glass with some Rounded edges with aluminum finish. The device will be available in four colors where we will find the pink, blue, black and whitebut this does not stop here, but we will also have an edition that is made of sapphire on the back.
The processor in charge of moving the HTC U Ultra will be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 which will have a speed of 2.35 GHz and would come paired with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, which could be increased through the use of MicroSD memory.
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In the multimedia section we will find a surprise, the front camera would reach 16 MP and one 12MP main camera with a focal aperture of 1.8, that seeing it like this it would seem that we would be confusing ourselves. The HTC U Ultra will have one of the best sounds on the market, since it will incorporate the technology HTC U Sonic.
Price and availability
The company will launch the new HTC U Ultra on March 1 and it will cost nothing cheap, 749 euros at the exchange rate would be 824 dollars for the version with 64 GB of internal storage.
What do you think of the new HTC device?