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HTC U Ultra Reviews (73%)

HTC U Ultra Reviews (73%) 1
73% Aggregate Rating From Professional Review Outlets.

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HTC U Ultra

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By amanz.my on 82

HTC U Ultra ialah sebuah peranti dengan spesifikasi yang baik tetapi dicacatkan oleh dua kelemahan yang agak besar. Pertama sekali ialah bateri yang terlalu kecil untuk skrin yang digunakan. Akibatnya ialah peranti ini mempunyai masa skrin terpasang di…

By TechTree on 60

All things considered, the U Ultra is a mix bag. HTC has done a great job in terms of built quality. At the same time, it is quite big for comfortable one-handed use and the secondary screen is nothing more than a gimmick. What’s worse is that the…

By pcquest.com on 90

The beautiful phone is prone to smudge that steals its beauty, but it combines powerful hardware and great cameras at both ends. Boasting interesting ‘U’ features, this is one of the good choices, but LG V20 is one of the strong competitor with…

By techadvisor.co.uk on 60

HTC has confused me with this phone. The HTC 10 fixed the problems of the One M9 but the U Ultra is a Frankenstein device. When a phone gives a better impression powered off than on, you know you’re in trouble. It’s not a bad phone full stop, but it…

By 91mobiles.com on 70

It’s clear that the HTC U Ultra has a lot going for it – it looks nice, performs smoothly, offers good battery life, and is loaded up with enough features to distinguish itself from the herd. The phone was launched at a steep cost of Rs 59,990, but…

By Ausdroid on 80

HTC’s U Ultra is a mixture of really pretty, and decent hardware, but is really priced at way too high a price for what it offers.I’ve been using the U Ultra for a solid 3 weeks now, and it’s not been the handset that I wanted it to be. There’s been…

By The Verge on 65

In a season filled with almost endless smartphone hype and announcements, you’d be forgiven if you missed that HTC, once a major player in the Android world, announced and released a new, high-end phone. That phone, the $750 U Ultra, is the company’s…

By Android Authority on 86

The HTC U Ultra brings top tier specifications, a great camera, and dual displays to the high-end smartphone market, but for $750, it lacks any truly compelling features and becomes more difficult to justify with the removal of the headphone jack, small…

By Pocketnow on 79

Overall, we’ve tried to be as objective as we can with this review. On its own, the HTC U Ultra is a gorgeous device, with one of the best screens I’ve used, and an awesome camera combo. Sadly the problem is that it doesn’t live on its own. For a…

By techguide.com.au on 75

The HTC U Ultra has enough points of difference to make it stand out from the crowd with some interesting features. HTC’s heart is in the right place but the large size and expensive price won’t suit everyone.User Rating Be the first one! Related…

By TheStraitsTimes on 60

The HTC U Ultra is good-looking but it lacks the features and performance to match flagship models. Yet, it feels overpriced against the next tier of…

By SlashGear on 60

It may not sound like it right now, I concede, but I do consider myself an HTC fan. Like many who have been following the smartphone space as we currently know it since pretty much its inception, HTC earned itself a special place with clever,…

By TrustedReviews on 70

The HTC U Ultra isn’t bad, it’s just not great – and with pricing starting at a whopping $749 (around £649), it feels a little overpriced.

By Gadgets360 on 80

When we take a look at the phones that you can buy today for Rs. 20,000 – 45,000, it’s really hard to justify spending just under Rs. 60,000 on something like the HTC U Ultra. It looks unique and has a fabulous camera, but how much are those things…

By Digit on 63

The HTC U Ultra is a missed opportunity. The display is decent in terms of colour performance, but is less brighter than other flagships. Overall performance falls short when it comes to battery life, and even overall performance is comparatively lower…

By greenbot.com on 40

With a giant frame, small battery, and $750 price tag, the HTC U Ultra is nothing more than an ultra waste of your…

By NotebookCheck on 87

Seen in total, HTC’s U Ultra is, in fact, a worthy premium-range smartphone thanks to its good performance rates, low temperatures, high-quality accessories, and some innovations. However, it cannot quite compete with the top models by Apple and…

By cnet on 68

The U Ultra is missing too many flagship features to justify its high…

By Digital Trends on 50

No. At $750, the U Ultra is a difficult sell. The secondary display is a nuisance, and the BoomSound speakers are underwhelming. The camera falls short of what the competition can achieve, as does the screen. While HTC’s AI-powered Sense Companion is…

By CNET UK on 60

The U Ultra is missing too many flagship features to justify its high…

By CNET Australia on 60

The U Ultra is missing too many flagship features to justify its high…

By Engadget on 70

HTC’s new U Ultra smartphone oozes style, and for the most part it’s a very speedy, very well built flagship. That said, the company made some puzzling decisions here. This is a big phone with a big screen, but HTC fitted it with a relatively small…

By pickr.com.au on 70

It might come off that we’re being particularly mean or aggressive to HTC, but the reality of the smartphone game is this: it’s hard out there.Manufacturers are competing more aggressively than ever to get you to hand over something for your hard-earned…

By Phone Arena on 72

For as many steps as HTC takes in the right direction, it can’t help but shoot itself in the foot with a few big goof-ups. The U Ultra is a relatively attractive handset that comes with a nice assortment of extras (like that case and the really…

By gizbot.com on 80

Good performer, overpriced indeedThe HTC U Ultra is a pretty gorgeous phone in the market right now. On owning it, you will definitely have a good looking phone in your hands. But remember that you need to take extra care and even then it is possible…

By Tom’s Guide on 70

The HTC U Ultra is a gorgeous phone with a unique jewel-like finish, top-notch performance and one of the best selfie cameras you can get on a phone right now. I also like the handy second screen and small touches, like BlinkFeed and HTC’s Themes app….

By PCMag on 60

The HTC U Ultra is an eye-catching unlocked phablet with powerful hardware and some unique features, but it’s expensive and feels a bit half-baked.

By Good Gear Guide on 85

HTC’s flagship phone brings some interesting features to the top of the market including great looks and 24-bit audio. But there’s better value…

By PCWorld New Zealand on 85

HTC’s flagship phone brings some interesting features to the top of the market including great looks and 24-bit audio. But there’s better value…

By PCWorld on 85

HTC’s flagship phone brings some interesting features to the top of the market including great looks and 24-bit audio. But there’s better value elsewhere.

By Telegraph on 60

Overall, its hard to justify the £649 price point with competition such as the Google Pixel or Samsung Galaxy S7 in the Android market, especially with Samsung’s next big thing around the corner.

By Phone Scoop on 80

It’s pretty easy to say the U Ultra is HTC’s finest phone. You will not find a more visually arresting smartphone on the market. HTC designed an eye-pleasing piece of hardware. I dare you not to fall in love with the hero blue color. HTC made some…

By TechRadar on 70

HTC’s latest phablet is has an attractive look and a lot of great ideas – including a second screen – but a lot is recycled tech here and it’s hard to recommend when the HTC 10 offers a lot of the same at a lower price.

By Recombu on 70

At a glance, the tick list of the HTC U Ultra looks extremely promising. You can expect great performance with plenty of storage, it’s an audiovisual treat for both capturing and enjoying media, and has some standout design elements, but despite all of…

By whistleout.com.au on 70

If it were a third cheaper, the HTC U Ultra would be a compelling alternative to the upper echelon of flagship smartphones. But at an outright price of $1,199, the HTC U Ultra struggles to go toe-to-toe with this year’s cream of the crop, especially…

By Stuff on 80

While pricing and availability are yet to be announced for the HTC U Ultra, you shouldn’t have to wait long to get your hands on this phone. Even more intriguingly, the Ultra only represents the first big step change from HTC this year with its flagship…

By TechSpot on 45

The HTC U Ultra is a massive handset. It has a 5.7-inch display as well as a secondary display and capacitive navigation buttons. When combined with large bezels and a huge chin, the U Ultra can be an unwieldy device. But that’s not all, something with HTC’s latest flagship has really gone wrong.

By TechSpot on 45

It seems like decades since HTC released the fantastic One M7, a flagship smartphone that elevated the company’s design and engineering team to elite status. Since then HTC has stagnated and even reasonable devices like last year’s HTC 10 simply didn’t…

By goodhousekeeping.co.uk on 81

The HTC U Ultra is ideal if you crave a smartphone with a big screen (also referred to as a ‘phablet’). At 5.7in, this screen is ideal for watching movies and TV shows, especially since it can display 4K content too. While it is a little bit too big to…

By Neowin on 70

I always enjoy new HTC products; I think they make a fine device that offers an excellent experience. The U Ultra is no different, although you should probably be careful when handling it.But while I did enjoy the device as a standalone product, I fail…

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