HTC U Ultra 64GB Dual Sim £289.99 - eGlobal Central
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HTC U Ultra 64GB Dual Sim £289.99 - eGlobal Central

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Found 7th Sep 2017
I posted a similar deal earlier but this one is even cheaper, at 289.99 with 3% TCB the price goes down to almost 280 which is a steal at this price.
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Now showing as £280.99 (if you choose the free delivery option):

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- 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™

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16 Comments
Is this the u11?
liaqathussain31 m ago

Is this the u11?

No, this is u ultra.
Not very sure why it is voted as cold. Perhaps because it's eglobal? A friend ordered the LG G6 through them and have had no problems with their service with the phone arriving within a week.

On the spec side this phone migh be dated slightly, but considering the price it is not a bad option. While there are phones like Xiaomi Mi 6 at a very similar price point but they don't support band 20 which is a major let down for most like myself.

P.s. i just realised that my first post never got posted which was U Ultra but at 299.99.
Edited by: "aqi1992" 7th Sep 2017
If you can live with the seller, this is a lot of phone for the money.
With the U Play currently at £249.99 at Amazon this is an excellent price, however same old concerns around service, warranty and customs catching it may make this a simmering deal rather than the hot hot hot it really should be....
10 quid more for the Blue one. This phone is a bargain for that price.
very bad reviews
Huge phone, poor use of space, bigger than a pixel xl and only 3k battery . Not worth the asking price.
I like the secondary display, one review said that there was some light bleeding
kris123447 m ago

very bad reviews



must be Samsung or Iphone user, loads of great reviews at £600 +, I can't believe it selling at this price. I would buy one, but, that would mean selling my beloved HTC 10 Hot !
Now showing as £280.99 (if you choose the free delivery option):

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Looks very similar to the LG V20, except slower, without the wide-angle lens, and without the removable battery.
Warranty???
aqi19927th Sep

Not very sure why it is voted as cold. Perhaps because it's eglobal? A …Not very sure why it is voted as cold. Perhaps because it's eglobal? A friend ordered the LG G6 through them and have had no problems with their service with the phone arriving within a week. On the spec side this phone migh be dated slightly, but considering the price it is not a bad option. While there are phones like Xiaomi Mi 6 at a very similar price point but they don't support band 20 which is a major let down for most like myself.P.s. i just realised that my first post never got posted which was U Ultra but at 299.99.


Your friend was lucky.

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That's a very nice spec for under £300. The mid-range Xiaomi and Lenovo phones cost around £200 these days. How is the battery life on this model? That would be my main concern considering it's an 8-series Snapdragon and 1440p screen.
So which offers best buyer protection Credit Card or Paypal? As there prices are a bit tempting.
looks like a good phone for the price but with only a 3000mah battery, doubtful you can get more than 4 hours sot.
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