HTC's new flagship HTC U11 makes way to shelves in UAE

New smartphone comes with the highest ranked smartphone camera yet and squeeze functionality
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HTC's new flagship model, HTC U11 is available at AED 2599 ($708) in outlets across the UAE. The new phone comes with a range of new features. The highlight seems to be the highest DxOMarks(90) for any smartphone so far, in addition to the new squeeze interaction technology enabled by EdgeSense.  The flagship smartphone also introduces the latest version of HTC USonic, which now combines active noise cancellation.The AI assistant optimises battery use and informs user of weather conditions, fitness progress relative to one's goals, recommendations of great nearby restaurants at mealtime, and much more. The HTC U11 is available in Amazing Silver, Sapphire Blue, Brilliant Black, Ice White, and Solar Red.

Nikitas Glykas, president, HTC Middle East and Africa, said" “For HTC, it’s all about innovation with purpose, and the beautiful HTC U11 ushers in a new era that defines a more natural way to interact with your smartphone. The powerful device packs in market-leading specifications including vibrant audio, an award-winning camera and smart digital AI companions. We have already seen keen interest from our UAE fans and customers in the pre-booking phase, and we look forward to bringing this new smartphone experience to even more consumers across the UAE.”

HTC U11 is the first smartphone to be commercially released worldwide that is exclusively powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform with octa-core processor for breakthrough speeds, jaw-dropping graphics, impressively smooth performance and outstanding battery life.

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