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As they're running Android, Sony Xperia phones have now joined the Fortnite fray with HTC and Motorola phones and everyone else!
Fair enough, this oddly-positioned phone didn't sell terribly well, but it's still getting software support just as customers paid for.
We've had our say, now it's our readers' chance to pick a winner. Which flagship gets the tip-top mark for 2017? Cast your ballot and find out on New Year's Day!
Taiwan got Oreo first, now the rest of the world has a grab at Android 8.0 on the HTC U11. When will Sprint customers get it?
It's no surprise that the HTC U11 Plus looks similar to the regular U11, but a repositioned fingerprint scanner and thinner bezels make a big difference.
The HTC U11 launched about five months ago and it's about time that there was a sale on the thing. Fortunately, we'll get it from October 2.
The U11 is still not getting a discount from the company itself, but the U Ultra is at its lowest price yet and a good pair of USB-C earbuds are on.
The U Ultra and HTC 10 will both get the update, too, but at some unknown date. And we're supposed to expect new products for the end of the year.
Android Oreo updates will definitely, officially roll out to the HTC U11, U Ultra and 10... someday, with more devices to be announced "soon."
It's raining deals on attractive, older HTC phones stateside, while the U11 can be pre-ordered for as little as $679 with 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM.
The HTC 10 stays relevant in the discount section (as well as the Bolt, if you think about it) while the U Ultra gets prime cuts.
Due in part to its "squeezable" sides and a far too flexible metal frame, the HTC U11 can apparently break under moderate pressure.
There’s a lot to love about the HTC U11 out the box, or rather in the box, even before turning the phone on, setting it up and gently giving it a squeeze.
We are hours away from the official event for the HTC U11, but it seems like someone made a mistake in Vietnam and posted a hands-on video early.
JerryRigEverything on YouTube credits HTC with manufacturing stupid larger sapphire panels to scale (albeit a small one) for its special edition U Ultra.
There are very few surprises to note among the near-full specs of the HTC U11, aka Ocean, with everything but the kitchen sink predictably in tow.
While it doesn't reveal much about the actual HTC U 11 specs, the latest May 16 promo video is casual, fun and insistent about squeezy features.
The non-Ultra HTC U, aka Ocean smartphone, is apparently less than a month away, complete with a "squeezable" Edge Sense frame.
The manufacturer is hoping you will get sprung into spring with some choice discounts on its recent phones and accessories.
The HTC U Ultra is another one of those "meh" releases that seem to cost too much, but is $150 going to be enough of a discount for loyal customers?
It's not out yet, but we already know everything about the upper mid-range HTC One X10, including its impressive battery capacity.
One of the special edition phones of the year has come to Europe in a rather odd sweep. Amazon.de has pre-orders stacked by the months.
A new pair of quasi-flagship phones brought revenue up for a month, but overall trends are still looking down. Will "Ocean" help?