Deal: HTC U11 is now $100 cheaper in the US

Deal: HTC U11 is now $100 cheaper in the US
Update: The deal is now available throughout the US!

Starting tomorrow, February 1, HTC USA will slash $100 off the price of its U11 flagship smartphone, regardless of color and storage capacity. This means that you'll be able to buy an HTC U11 64 GB for $549 (instead of $649), and an HTC U11 128 GB for $629 (instead of $729). The deal will be available until February 22, possibly only on HTC's official website - accessible via the source link below.

Of course, the HTC U11 will soon be 1 year old, and interest for it has waned a bit. Still, $100 off its price should represent a nice deal for all HTC fans, especially since a new HTC flagship phone is likely not coming out in the near future (while the HTC U11+ isn't being officially released stateside).

Unlike plenty of other high-end smartphones launched last year with Android 7 Nougat on board, the HTC U11 already received its Android 8 Oreo update, at least in the US. You can take a closer look at the handset in our HTC U11 review

source: HTC  

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1. antroid

Posts: 392; Member since: Jan 24, 2018

It's just too little, too late. I understand they wanted to get more $$$ from their phones but when you have other cheap phones like one plus and honor. It's not worth it to pay for almost the same package. Before you mention Apple and Samsung for their 1000$ devices, please keep in mind their budget for ads and publicity also they have a higher market share than HTC. The image of HTC is ruined and they don't seem to acknowledge that. Hope they could learn from their mistake next time

2. Subie

Posts: 2378; Member since: Aug 01, 2015

"Hope they could learn from their mistake next time" Now that Google has closed the deal and owns HTC's smartphone design team, will there even be a next time? The future of HTC's smartphone division seems unclear at the moment... The Pixel's future however, could be bright!

4. ullokey

Posts: 179; Member since: Jul 28, 2015

Just like Motorola's future looked bright under Google

5. Sparkxster

Posts: 1238; Member since: Mar 31, 2017

I think Google is more serious about hardware now and doubt they will do what they did with Moto.

3. GreenMan

Posts: 2698; Member since: Nov 09, 2015

Well, The U11 "FAILED" Jerry's durability test so I don't think it's worth it. Even Nokia's budget Nokia 2 with a sub $100 price-tag passed his test so I see no reason why a multi-hundred dollar smartphone (That makes it sound kinda expensive, eh?) should. Best to opt for OnePlus 5T or Essential Phone. G'Day!

6. Sparkxster

Posts: 1238; Member since: Mar 31, 2017

And the Razer phone as well.

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