6-inch 18:9 Display
The HTC U11+ comes with a huge 6-inch display, which supports the 18:9 aspect ratio and 2880 x 1440p resolution. It's not an OLED Display like on the Apple iPhone X or
Samsung Galaxy S8. Instead, HTC builds an Super LCD 6 display. It's protected with
Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5.
Qualcomm™ Snapdragon™ 835
Today, it's usal that mostly all the flagships run the same CPU. In this case, the HTC U11+ runs Qualcomm™ Snapdragon™ 835. It's a 64bit processor with 8 cores. Probably, it
has more cores than your PC or Laptop.
Yes, it has a huge 6GB RAM to perform better in combination with Snapdragon's latest processor. What can you do with such a huge capacity? Well, you can watch YouTube videos and write text messages. I don't think that you will recognize any difference between 4 and 6GB RAM, but if you like playing games on your daily driver, a bigger RAM can be advantageous for your use.
12MP Camera with Ultrapixel Technology
It's no more secret: HTC develops the UltraPixel Technology further. I remember to one of the first HTC Phones with an UltraPixel camera, the HTC One Max. It had a great camera, the colors looked so realistic and welcome. The best use of this technology was at night. It was able to take pictures and record videos. No other phone was able to do that well at that time. Today, it's a standart feature on mobile phones.
Nevertheless, it's great to see this technology being developed further. The HTC U11+ takes great shots, no question.
It was a great decision by HTC to build a big battery on the HTC U11 Plus. It features a 3930mAh battery, which is enough to run it the whole day or maybe 2 days depending on the use. That's, why it is 8.5mm thick.
The HTC U11+ is a big step forward for HTC in the mobile martket. It seems to be the perfect phone for you on the specs sheet. It follows the trend with 18:9 aspect ratio display, a bigger RAM, best processor out on the market and a bigger battery. If you don't mind that HTC prefers LCD 6 display to OLED display, you're right with the HTC U11+. A little note: OLED displays have some big troubles. It's better to grab for an LCD or S-AMOLED displays.