For a limited time, HTC will take up to $150 off select models

For a limited time, HTC will take up to $150 off select models
HTC has sent out an email alerting consumers to a limited time sale on three handsets. The HTC U12+, the HTC U11 and HTC U11 life are being offered by the manufacturer with up to a $150 discount on each model. First, the 64GB version of the current flagship model, the HTC U12+, is available unlocked or locked to Verizon and AT&T for $749. That is a $50 savings. Or, the device can be financed over 24 months at a price of $32 per month.

The HTC U12+ is available in Translucent Blue, Ceramic Black and Flame Red. The 128GB unlocked model is also $50 off at $799 ($34 a month over 24 months). If you've forgotten, the HTC U12+ carries a 6-inch Super LCD 6 display with a 1440 x 2880 resolution. This works out to an 18:9 aspect ratio. The Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform is under the hood along with 6GB of RAM. A dual camera setup is found in back (12MP + 16MP) and in front (8MP + 8MP). Keeping the lights on is a 3500mAh battery, and Android 8 Oreo is pre-installed. With its IP68 protection from dust and water, the HTC U12+ can be submerged in water nearly 5 feet deep for up to 30 minutes, and emerge unscathed.

Save $50 on the HTC U12+

Save $50 on the HTC U12+


The 64GB HTC U11 is $150 off at $499. The price covers the Verizon, AT&T  T-Mobile, Sprint and unlocked models. You also have an option to finance the device over 12 months for $42 a month. The U11 comes with  5.5-inch Super LCD 5 display carrying a 1440 x 2560 QHD resolution. The Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform powers the phone with 4GB of RAM inside. There is a 12MP rear facing camera with an f/1.7 aperture and OIS, and a front-facing 16MP selfie snapper. A 3000mAh battery keeps the lights on, and the color options include Black, Silver and Blue. This model has been updated to Android 8 Oreo. With its IP67 rating, the phone can safely be submerged in water up to 3 feet 3 inches for as long as 30 minutes.

Lastly, the HTC U11 life is being offered for $299, a $50 discount. This model is available locked to T-Mobile, or unlocked (compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile). There is no financing plan for this unit, which is equipped with a 5.2-inch Super LCD display carrying a resolution of 1080 x 1920 (FHD). The Snapdragon 630 Mobile Platform is under the hood along with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage. A 16MP camera adorns the back and another 16MP camera is found on the front of the phone. A 2600mAh battery powers the handset, which is available in Blue. With its IP67 rating, the phone can safely be submerged in water up to 3 feet 3 inches for as long as 30 minutes.

Save $150 on the HTC U11 and $50 on the HTC U11 Life

Save $150 on the HTC U11 and $50 on the HTC U11 Life

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7 Comments

1. ShadowWarrior

Posts: 141; Member since: Aug 08, 2017

wow what a deal, still won't entice me. Sorry HTC but your days are outnumbered

3. D34ever

Posts: 191; Member since: Jul 14, 2018

The clueless idiots at HTC can't even have a proper sale. $50 off on an old phone? Who would be stupid enough to throw money at this company? Die already, HTC!!

4. Millenialssux

Posts: 33; Member since: Jan 22, 2014

Should be $150 off the U12+ cheap bastards! This isn't even a sale as they were discounting the phone $50 already if you signed up for their text alerts. At these prices, who is going to buy your stock of phones just sitting and collecting dust in the warehouse HTC?

5. ryanusc75

Posts: 21; Member since: Jun 09, 2017

If HTC wants to make a splash they should have a 50% off sale on all phones. It will get their products back into consumers' hands and generate a ton of buzz. They'll take a loss but it will give them an opportunity to reintroduce themselves to the marketplace.

7. ijuanp03

Posts: 424; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

exactly my thoughts. How in the world is a $50 discount gonna change someone's buying preference all for HTC? HTC still don't get that they aren't as popular as they think they were.

6. ttuite03

Posts: 10; Member since: Dec 04, 2018

Who actually buys HTC anymore? They cant be selling many phones I would assume.

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