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HTC U11+ specs: 6-inch LCD, Snapdragon 835 and 3930mAh battery

HTC's new big-screened handset, the U11+, builds upon one of the lesser-known flagships of 2017 and adds a big battery, Android Oreo and a new 18:9 aspect ratio. We've got a full hands-on report live now, but if you'd prefer to peruse the spec sheet, that's exactly what you'll find down below. Enjoy!

CategorySpecification
PlatformAndroid 8.0 Oreo with HTC Sense
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 835, 64-bit octa-core up to 2.45GHz
Display6-inch SuperLCD 6, 2880x1440
Corning Gorilla Glass 5
RAM4/6GB (Varies by region)
Storage64/128GB (Varies by region)
microSD up to 2TB
Battery3930mAh
Quick Charge 3.0
Water/dust-resistanceIP68
Main Camera12MP UltraPixel 3, 1.4-micron pixels, f/1.7
UltraSpeed Autofocus, BSI sensor, OIS, Dual LED flash
Front Camera8MP, f/2.0, 85-degree field of view
BSI sensor, HDR Boost
SoundHTC USonic with Active Noise Cancellation
HTC BoomSound™ Hi-Fi edition
Hi-Res Audio stereo recording,Hi-Res audio certified
Qualcomm aptX HD, LDAC 24-bit high resolution wireless audio
NetworkHSPA: 850/900/1900/2100 MHz
FDD-LTE Band 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 17, 20, 28, 32
TDD-LTE Band 38, 39, 40, 41
SensorsEdge Sensor, Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor, Motion G-sensor, Compass sensor, Gyro sensor, Magnetic sensor, Fingerprint sensor, Sensor Hub for activity tracking
LocationGPS, AGPS, GLONASS
ConnectivityUSB 3.1, Type-C
802.11ac Wi-Fi Dual-band, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC
HTC Connect, AirPlay, Chromecast, DLNA, Miracast
Additional FeaturesAlways-on voice commands, Motion Launch, Quiet ring on pick-up, Pocket mode, Flip to mute, Display color personalization
Size 158.5 x 74.9 x 8.5 mm
Weight 188 g

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13 Comments
  • Sheesh these specs are insane. I ******* love it tho!!! Well done HTC!!!
  • I intend to get my hands on this before the end of the year.
  • Price?
  • That battery
  • Not sold in the US
  • Very nice. Perhaps a return to form? Very tempting.
  • I need an unlocked version of this, now.
  • Read the article
  • If I hear one more word about bezels or the "DAC"...I'm gonna go crazy.
  • I'd love to see a US version of this. My hope is that Google will implement "Nexus like" OS updates (3+ years) on all of their phones.
  • No CDMA, no Sprint or Verizon. No headphone jack or wireless. No US market. So, HTC may think they have a real winner on their hands, I say bush-wa. There is no one phone that will bail out HTC & their financial dilemma. Good luck!
  • I don't understand why people are claiming these specs are 'insane'??? Almost all of the specs are the default standards for a flagship device for the last 6 months... So it has a slightly bigger battery... But fine... get carried away over nothing if you wish... In another couple of months we'll be getting the first devices with the new SD845...
  • I question the display brightness. It tops off at a little over 300 nits. To me that is unacceptable especially in bright light. But I do credit HTC for It's stunning beauty. This is one beautiful phone. I would dare say if released 6mos ago it would have been a must buy. Again with the 845 processer being released and no carrier support here in the US it will be the best phone no one is buying. Once again HTC, late to the game once again!