HTC U Ultra 64GB 4G Dual Sim SIM FREE / UNLOCKED £266.99 @ Eglobalcentral Android Oreo update agreed by HTC
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HTC U Ultra 64GB 4G Dual Sim SIM FREE / UNLOCKED £266.99 @ Eglobalcentral Android Oreo update agreed by HTC

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Found 30th Sep 2017Edited by:"sam_of_london"
Meet HTC U Ultra. The big screen 5.7” phone made for the brilliant U. It reflects U beautifully with its sophisticated new liquid surface. It puts U on top, courtesy of a convenient new Dual Display. It listens to U, adapting sound to your unique hearing. It even learns from U, becoming a companion that evolves to get to know you better over time.

Feature- Qualcomm™ Snapdragon™ 821, 64 bit quad-core, up to 2.15 Ghz

- 64 GB, 4 GB RAM, microSD

- 5.7 inch super LCD Display, 2560 x 1440, 513ppi

- 12MP (HTC UltraPixel™ 2 with 1.55μm pixel) Rear Camera

- 16MP, with HTC UltraPixel™ mode Front Camera

- Dual Nano SIM

- Wi-Fi®: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 & 5 GHz)

- HTC Usonic

- 3000 mAh

- Android™ 7.0 with HTC Sense™

SpecificationsProduct Model:HTC U Ultra 64GB 4G Dual Sim SIM FREE / UNLOCKED - BlackSystemOS:Android™ 7.0 with HTC SenseProcessor:Qualcomm™ Snapdragon™ 821Processor frequency:2.15 GHzRAM:4GBInternal storage:64GB
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SIM card size:Nano-SIMDual sim:Dual Sim Stand-ByCard slots:microSDPorts:USB Type-CDisplayType:super LCD 5Touch LCD:YesScreen size:5.7 inchesScreen pixel density:513 ppiScreen resolution:2560 x 1440CameraPrimary:12 MegapixelSecondary:16 MegapixelWirelessWi-Fi:802.11 a/b/g/n/acNFC:YesBluetooth:V4.2BatteryCapacity:3000 mAhSizeDimensions (L x H x W):162.41 mm x 79.79 mm x 7.99 mmWeight (with battery):170 g
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Code SHP5Q3 can be used on white model
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deleted1032520
Big fan of HTC hot from me.
Is this much better than the HTC One M8? Thats what i'm currently using.. it's slowed down a bit, but i've never owned a phone that stays anywhere near as fast/responsive as when i buy them.
No Band 21
Not sure what HTC Sense is like nowadays but I always preferred it to Samsung's Touchwiz....would love to get back on board with HTC, though maybe it's rose-tinted specs as the Desire HD was my very first smartphone..

Battery and camera get the thumbs-down from the quick look around (UK) reviews I can see (shame, though the camera does have OIS, as one HUKDer keeps asking about this) trustedreviews.com/rev…tra

Another review: techradar.com/rev…tra
Edited by: "louiselouise" 30th Sep 2017
Aren’t eGlobal very dodgy?
pedd33 s ago

Aren’t eGlobal very dodgy?

Why ?
prynolfc1 h, 58 m ago

Is this much better than the HTC One M8?


Dunno m8, HTC One is pretty good like.

No more HTC for me charging keeps going bad same happened to my HTC desire now to my current HTC One m8 and HTC sense is so annoying
sam_of_london20 h, 26 m ago

Why ?

There have been a fair few deals popping up on here from eGlobal. Many ‘too good to be true’ lots of people advising to steer clear. I had a look at some trust pilot reviews and they deterred me.
Reviews on trustpilot are not that good !!!
Reviews put me of buying the htc ultra just a few comments saying company dodgy items a really good prices
sam_of_london30th Sep

Why ?


They sent me a used phone with a blemish on the screen and I sent them a photo and they first said they couldn't tell from the photo what the issue was and when I pressed them to return it as faulty all of a sudden they were able to deduce from the photo that I'd damaged it.
Had to get my credit card company involved.

The odds are you will be okay but if you read the reviews on Trust Pilot and on here they clearly are not a trust worthy company so if somethings goes wrong be prepared for the worst.
So a gamble really.
Agharta21st Oct

They sent me a used phone with a blemish on the screen and I sent them a …They sent me a used phone with a blemish on the screen and I sent them a photo and they first said they couldn't tell from the photo what the issue was and when I pressed them to return it as faulty all of a sudden they were able to deduce from the photo that I'd damaged it.Had to get my credit card company involved.The odds are you will be okay but if you read the reviews on Trust Pilot and on here they clearly are not a trust worthy company so if somethings goes wrong be prepared for the worst.So a gamble really.

I always pay with PayPal to be on safe side
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