After the avalanche of press halo phones like the Apple iPhone Ten and Samusung Galaxy S8 get, it’s sometimes easy to overlook some other great phones out there that cost a whole lot less, and still do… most of the things those super-spendy handset can do. We just got through reviewing the quite capable HTC U11 Life device, which is a slightly smaller, slightly lighter and a bit less expensive version of the new U11.
While the U11 Life makes do without the currently fashionable “bezel-less” screen thing, it does boast a true HD LCD display that gets the job done. Inside, there’s 3gb of RAM, a Snapdragon 630 ticker, and 32 gigs of space. There’s also a micros SD slot for up to two more terabytes of storage, if and when such a thing ever gets made. It runs on Android 7 dot one, with HTC’s Sense interface stretched tightly over the top. There’s also a 16-mgapixel rear camera.
Like a lot of new phones, it doesn’t have a headphone jack, but HTC includes a set of noise-cancelling USB-C earbuds in the box, so that’s a nice touch. Price? Just $350, quite a bargain, really. Review: https://www.digitaltrends.com/cell-phone-reviews/htc-u11-life-review/
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