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Posted on FEB 23, 2018 12:00 AM

Like the Huawei Mate 10 Pro that we reviewed earlier this week, the HTC U11 Plus is a high-spec, high-price flagship phone thats going to be next to irrelevant in the US because of its lack of availability. But does that make it uninteresting? Not in the slightest. The U11 Plus has a backstory that could fill an entire book, coming as the result of Google and HTCs Pixel collaboration, and being the original first-choice candidate for what would ultimately become the Pixel 2 XL made by LG. As the name suggests, this Plus model is also an evolution of the HTC U11, which I personally loved and still rank as one of my favorite phones of 2017. The U11 showed HTC finally getting back on the right track, and when the Plus was announced in November, it just poured more goodies into the offering: bigger battery, bigger 6-inch screen with vastly reduced bezels, and an improved water resistance rating. Plus, of course, a bigger price of 799 / 699 for the European variant Im reviewing here with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Thats roughly $975, if youre tempted to go to the trouble of importing one. With all that pedigree behind it and a laudably fat spec sheet, the HTC U11 Plus was all set to tempt and torment me the way the iPhone X and Pixel 2 XL have been doing lately. But, well, things didnt turn out as rosy as they initially appeared. The U11 Plus has been a reminder that we should be careful what we wish for. (News By BBC NEWS)

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