HTC launches its new HTC U11 in the UAE at AED 2,599

Jun

8

2017

The HTC U11 comes as a successor to last year’s HTC 10.
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HTC announced on Thursday the launch of the new phone “HTC U 11” HTC U11 in the United Arab Emirates at a price of 2,599 UAE dirhams among the largest stores in the UAE.

Taiwan’s consumer electronics company announced its flagship phone through an event in Taipei, which received high media attention as part of HTC’s revolutionary new technology of compression technology.

According to the company, the new phone has revolutionary advantages, most notably Edge Sense technology, as the HTC Edge Sense is a quantum leap in the field of interaction with mobile phones through pressure. This feature allows you to interact with the phone in an unprecedented way by gently pressing both ends to enable the user to automatically launch favorite applications, give commands or take pictures.

In addition, the new phone offers the ability to customize the pressure mode and pressure sensitivity, where the user can open email, play a specific game or application as soon as a one-click compression with the sensitivity of the pressure. HTC Edge Sense also enables the “short press” or “long press” mode to give the user more options to interact with the phone.

With the DxOMark smartphone benchmark, the HTC U11 won the highest 90-point mark in Dxomark, making it the best camera in the smartphone market today. The camera uses the Ultra-pixel technology instead of the megapixel. The main camera comes with 12 megapixels with HTC UltraPixel technology, while the front camera comes with 16 megapixels.

The HTC YU11 will be the first phone to offer three smart aids: HTC Sense Companion, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, and the world’s first mobile phone with a Qualcomm 8358 Quadband Which provides the device with super-fast processing, as well as support for 6 GB RAM and 128 GB of storage space.

The HTC U11 also features the latest version of the HTC Usonic headset, which combines active noise canceling with the ability to adjust audio to suit the user. The new earphones scan the ear from the inside using advanced sonar technology, and adjust the sound to suit the nature of the ear.

The new HTC U11 is also an audio focus technology. This feature works when a user shoots a video using voice focus technology, allowing it to zoom in to enlarge the target point and amplify the resulting sound.

The HTC BoomSound Hi-Fi Edition has been developed along with 4-megapixel microphones to enable ultra-realistic 360-degree sound recording.

The HTC U11 will be available in the UAE in silver, blue, sapphire, black, white and red

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