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HTC U11 Smartphone Better Than The Popular Google Pixel And A Formidable Foe Of Samsung Galaxy S8 [VIDEO]


The HTC company has finally unveiled its HTC U11 Android smartphone, and the device looks promising. The HTC U11 is so promising that the smartphone is already being touted as better handset than the popular Google Pixel. The HTC U11 smartphone is also now being considered as a strong competitor of Samsung's Galaxy S8.

The HTC U11 Android smartphone has a better camera compared to Google Pixel. The 12MP camera of HTC U 11 Android smartphone also obtained the highest score in terms of still image and video quality. The HTC U11 also got high scores in Stabilization, Noise as well as Autofocus.

A popular photography site, DxOMark, puts the HTC U11 Android smartphone higher than the current Google's smartphone with a score of 90 points. The score of HTC U 11 was also better than Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S7.

Not only that, the squeezable HTC U11 smartphone is a legitimate competitor to LG and Apple's latest smartphones. HTC's latest flagship smartphone is even more appealing with its low price tag, Gizmodo reported.

The HTC U11 smartphone also has three artificial intelligence assistants right out of the box. This could indicate that the HTC U 11 comes along with two of the most popular AI assistants aside from the Taiwanese tech giant's very own. HTC U11 users would have to say Hey Alexa to activate Alexa and OK Google to activate Google Assistant, Blasting News reported.

The HTC U 11 is powered by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 processors and runs on Android 7.1. HTC's latest flagship device also has a microSD expansion, better audio, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi support, and boasts the unique innovation dubbed as the Edge Sense.

The HTC U11 comes with two memory options. The HTC U11 is available for pre-order from the tech giant's website. Each unit will put a person back by £649.

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