The HTC U Ultra falls in the phablet category with a big 5.7-inch screen and sports a metal and glass body. The company calls it the âliquid surfaceâ design. This is the first time HTC has ditched the all-metal design for its flagship device.This smartphone is HTCâs aim to fill the gap caused by the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and also entice users towards a new design.A key highlight of the smartphone is a secondary screen placed above the primary one, quite like the ones seen in LG V20 and LG V10.
There is no Micro-USB port in HTC U Ultra and no 3.5-mm audio jack as well. The user will have to rely solely on a USB Type-C port for charging, audio and data transfer. The HTC U Ultra is running Android 7.0 Nougat along with the latest version of Sense.
Is this phone good enough to compete with other flagships?