Oct 23, 2017 | Updated: 09:54 AM EDT

HTC U11 Charms With Best Ever Smartphone Camera: Now Available With Good Discount Too

May 17, 2017 05:25 PM EDT

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HTC has long been admired for its enormous range of spectacular smartphones and devices. The company recently introduced the newest HTC U U11 smartphone which is enough uplift its reputation to a new level. HTC U11 was announced in the United States, UK, and Canada for pre-order. The handset is now considered to be a camera champ and it packs some of the unmatched specs and features.

According to Indian Express, HTC U11 is powered by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 chipset. The smartphone flaunts a WQHD based full LCD display. The front panel of the handset holds a protective shield of Corning Gorilla Glass 5. The smartphone comes with two memory options. The buyers can either choose from the entry level variant of HTC U11, having a 4 GB RAM coupled with 64 GB storage area. Or else, the can go for the higher end edition of the same which comes with a 6 GB RAM in association with a 128 GB internal storage. In terms of snapper, HTC U11 has been rewarded with 90 out of 100 highest ratings from DxOMark, a trustworthy association which is known for assessing major smartphones for their camera quality.

DxOMark's assessment raised HTC U11 in front of well-known camera masterpieces like Google Pixel, Galaxy S8 etc. As for camera specifications, the smartphone boasts a 12 MP rear snapper coupled with an exclusive multi-axis optical stabilization system alongside Ultrafast Autofocus attributes. The front selfie shooter sports a powerful 16 MP sensor coupled with more features ensuring better sharpness and light. GSMArena pointed that HTC U11 has also been listed on Amazon for Pre-order with a tag of $649 in the US.

But, those, who are looking for a quick reward, can place an order at HTC's online store, where the authority is giving away a $50 discount through a promo code. HTC U11 will start shipping in the US from June 9th, 2017.

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