Following the launch of the HTC U11 Eyes in China, the flagship HTC U11+ has gotten a price cut. We are surprised since the phone just started selling less than two months ago. But who says no to a price cut? Definitely not us.
The HTC U11+ originally launched for ¥4999 (~$775) but has now been slashed to ¥4599 (~$713) on JD.com. The price cut is applicable to all three color variants.
HTC’s U11+ which is said to be the cancelled Google Pixel 2 XL Muskie packs a lot of interesting features. It has a 6.0” 2880 x 1080 display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. Both sides of the phone are covered with Gorilla Glass 5.
Like most of the flagships released in 2017, the HTC U11+ is powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor. It also has 6GB of RAM and 128GB of expandable storage.
There is a single 12MP F/1.7 UltraPixel camera with OIS+EIS on the rear and an 8MP selfie camera. Underneath the glass back is a 3930mAh battery.
The HTC U11+ doesn’t end there. It has an IP68 rating, a squeezable frame, and HTC’s signature BoomSound stereo speakers. Although, it doesn’t have a 3.5mm audio jack, it comes with a free pair of HTC USonic Earphones.
So if you are on the lookout for a new phone to begin the year with, head to JD.com and save $62 on a spanking new HTC U11+.