HTC U11 - 12GB Data, Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts on O2 - £29pm and £49.99 upfront (total £745.99) at Carphone Warehouse
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HTC U11 - 12GB Data, Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts on O2 - £29pm and £49.99 upfront (total £745.99) at Carphone Warehouse

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Edited by:"heatt"Found 30th Nov
HTC U11 64GB in Silver or Black

12GB Data on O2

24 month contract

Top comments

Roph3 h, 6 m ago

LCD display, and the headphone jack is missing. Also tiny battery for its …LCD display, and the headphone jack is missing. Also tiny battery for its size. I wouldn't use it even if it was free.


The display is brilliant, most reviews say the colours are much more natural than it’s competitors.

The battery lasts up to two days, and again is better than most other flagships.

You are correct about it not having a headphone socket, but that’s a sign of the times, not an issue to most users, and it comes with a fantastic, amplified adapter which gives it better sound quality than virtually every other phone out there.

Saying you wouldn’t even use one if free is ridiculous, and tells us that you haven’t tried one.
Edited by: "ezzer72" 1st Dec
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This or the S8

AfrimRamaj2 h, 5 m ago

This or the S8


This as HTC need support, Samsung don't.

AfrimRamaj3 h, 53 m ago

This or the S8


This for better sound, better battery life, faster performance and better location (and operation) of fingerprint scanner. The S8 if you need to have the same phone as everyone else.

LCD display, and the headphone jack is missing. Also tiny battery for its size.

I wouldn't use it even if it was free.

AfrimRamaj12 h, 9 m ago

This or the S8


The HTC U11 is one of the most underrated phones of 2017. Problem is HTC marketing sucks. But definitely this over the S8

Roph3 h, 6 m ago

LCD display, and the headphone jack is missing. Also tiny battery for its …LCD display, and the headphone jack is missing. Also tiny battery for its size. I wouldn't use it even if it was free.


The display is brilliant, most reviews say the colours are much more natural than it’s competitors.

The battery lasts up to two days, and again is better than most other flagships.

You are correct about it not having a headphone socket, but that’s a sign of the times, not an issue to most users, and it comes with a fantastic, amplified adapter which gives it better sound quality than virtually every other phone out there.

Saying you wouldn’t even use one if free is ridiculous, and tells us that you haven’t tried one.
Edited by: "ezzer72" 1st Dec

Roph3 h, 18 m ago

LCD display, and the headphone jack is missing. Also tiny battery for its …LCD display, and the headphone jack is missing. Also tiny battery for its size. I wouldn't use it even if it was free.





And the most stupid comment of the day goes to

Roph4 h, 28 m ago

LCD display, and the headphone jack is missing. Also tiny battery for its …LCD display, and the headphone jack is missing. Also tiny battery for its size. I wouldn't use it even if it was free.


Are you describing an iPhone 8?

Very tempted by this, remember owning the original M7 which was in my opinion a superb handset, never owned a handset since that gives audio performance via headphones like it - is this much the same?

avfc4562 h, 55 m ago

Very tempted by this, remember owning the original M7 which was in my …Very tempted by this, remember owning the original M7 which was in my opinion a superb handset, never owned a handset since that gives audio performance via headphones like it - is this much the same?


The Audio experience on this phone is nothing short of superb.

I've been waiting for a decent htc since the m7 but this is so non descript. Then they ruined it by using glass, and getting rid of the decent Htc apps using google ones instead, and no headphone jack. They always get so close but yet so far. The package is good though, if there's cashback to mitigate the initial charge I might bite.
Edited by: "187kid" 1st Dec

CheapoChaser1st Dec

Are you describing an iPhone 8?



Ouch...the burn!! lol
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