HTC U Ultra scheduled to start shipping on March 10th in the US

HTC announced their flagship HTC U Ultra back in January and also started the pre-orders. The smartphone was expected to start shipping  in mid-March. Good news for all the people who pre-ordered, the smartphone will start shipping on 10th March to US consumers. This information was listed on their website. Apart from that even if you haven’t ordered t yet but find yourself drawn to the beautiful hues and features, go ahead and order it on the site, you wouldn’t have to wait for long, as the company promises to ship it by March 10.

HTC U Ultra packs some serious pun in terms of features, specs and price. The smartphone features a 5.7-inch Quad HD display and a secondary display of 1040 x 160 pixels which will be used by the AI- HTC Sense Companion. Under the hood, the smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 SoC, paired with a 4GB RAM and 64GB of native storage which is expandable. The device sports a 12-megapixel dual lens camera and a 16-megapixel front facing camera.

One of the highlighted aspects of this smartphone is how it is made for ‘U’. Even the AI-assistant HTC Sense Companion learns different things abut you over time and then helps you with different tasks and even provide suggestions. The smartphone ‘Listens to U‘ and adopts to your personal sound profile to give you an optimized experience. The smartphone runs Android Nougat and is powered by a 3,000mAh battery. HTC U Ultra is priced at $749 and is available in three colors of Sapphire Blue, Ice White and Brilliant Black. 

If you have a older HTC smartphone, you even have the opportunity to trade that in for a new one. There is a catch though, you will have to pay the full price of HTC U Ultra and when your old smartphone is properly evaluated, you will get the money back. In addition, if you feel that the new smartphone isn’t the right one for you, you can get your cash back if returned in 30 days.

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