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HTC U11 64GB Brilliant Black EE Grade B £170 CeX
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Found 24th Dec 2018Found 24th Dec 2018
My Favourite phone at bargain price. For me it should win most underated phone of the year award :D Yea locked to EE but HTC phones (no matter which network) are most easiest to … Read more
ddaann_99

Bezels of oblivion

Raja007

I have not used old HTC phones but used M8/M9, HTC 10, and U11 and U11 is best in my opinion..previous htc phones was average in battery life and camera though sound/software was still great....it personally come down to our preference that we we do like most in phones i.e camarea, design, sound, battery life, price to spec ratio, software etc

jellyheed

I had the M8 and it was a fantastic phone. I swapped it for a M10 and I am well disappointed. It's slow and the battery on it is crap. My works note 8 is brill. I am reluctant to touch another HTC.

Vatman95

The Desire HD was a great phone weighing in at 4.3 inches and 800 resolution. One Plus seem to have taken the baton from HTC in terms of value for money.

Raja007

Excellent battery life . Its capacity only 3000mAh but getting same screen on time what i used to get from p20 pro and others phones with much bigger battery

HTC u11 (64GB) +Free JBL Earbuds worth £109 via HTC Club £359.10
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Found 18th Dec 2018Found 18th Dec 2018
Still very capable smartphone + Free JBL Earbuds worth £109. Need to sign up to htc club for this price, only email address needed.
BargainBros

I had that, was the the beginning of the end of the iPhone with the desire. Well ahead of its time

187kid

I'm a Htc fan, but theyfailed to listen to loyal customers, threw away its main usp: metal phones, front firing speakers and proper sense with Htc made apps, no network selling. Then followed the dull design and stock android root with Google data mining apps. Thus they have nothing to set their phone apart from any others on market apart from big upfront cost.

Raydar81

Hahah that made me giggle

crazygoog

Still are. Just because they don't sell anywhere near as much as Samsung etc doesn't mean they're not good, just marketed very poorly. I have this phone and loathe to trade it when i'm due early next year as it's the best I've ever had by some margin.

Strontium00

Pray it never goes wrong. You'll end up in customer service hell. Trapped between their Polish repair centre and Egyptian call centre. Awful company.

HTC U11 Amazing Silver - 64GB - Unlocked Smartphone GRADE A at Ebay/empbuyer1 for £219.95
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Found 9th Dec 2018Found 9th Dec 2018
This device is used but in EXCELLENT condition (GRADE A). This means it is cosmetically near perfect and in 100% working order, as tested by our team of in-house technicians.… Read more
Manbuild

Just feeding back on this having purchased the phone. The condition is superb! It's literally just a phone in a box: no frills, not even a charger, but it runs like a dream and looks good as new. I'd highly recommend this device at this price. It matches my gf's Galaxy S8 but at 1/3 of what she paid. It replaced a Moto G4 Plus, but is miles and miles better in every way.

xavierluther

You're getting a great phone, hope as good as new

Manbuild

Will do! Thanks Raja - look forward to getting my hands on it shortly

Raja007

I bought one grade A from this seller in the past and it was pristine condition and this phone give excellent battery life which is comparable to those phones who have got bigger capacity of 4000mAh..hope you get same experience..keep us updated

Manbuild

Thank you! Just bought this. Was looking for a budget phone upgrade and this fits the bill. After hours of research I hadn't even considered this model as as I thought it was out of my price range. Fingers crossed the condition really is Grade A, but more from a battery/screen/lens perspective than any scuffs or marks to the body.

HTC Desire 12 Plus - £129.12 @ Amazon.de
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Found 20th Nov 2018Found 20th Nov 2018
Colour: Cool Black or Warm Silver. Desire 12+ £129.12 with fee free card, or it's £133.46. HTC Desire 12+ Smartphone (15.2 cm (6 inches) HD+ IPS Display, 32GB Internal Memory an… Read more
paul29

Still got a Desire x !! Use it as a back up now and again. (y)

Mr_Rai

OMG I remember the original HTC DESIRE properly one of the best phones I had and was like a few years ahead of its time I think. Late 2009 I must of had it

RickDoyle

Thanks for posting, but the Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite is a much better phone, for only a few pounds more at Carphone Warehouse.. If you have your heart set on a HTC at this price point, grab a HTC 10 used for around £135 from Cex. I'd still stick with the Xiaomi though.

Breeze' HTC DESIRE 12 Smartphone 5.5 Inch HD + IPS Capacitive Screen, Breeze, 32GB £92 (fee free) @ Amazon Germany
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Found 19th Nov 2018Found 19th Nov 2018
Good price for this budget fairing from HTC. Mediatek processor won't be to everyone's taste, but then this isn't a £300-£900 I guess. Pay in euros with a fee free here. 5.5 inc… Read more
Mrswitch

Haha, that would be awesome.

Geemac

The phone company’s should be paying you commission (y) Not to sound like sam of london but Non-removable Li-Ion 2730 mAh battery :(

Trending

Not foldable as well! Shame (lol)

unni.krishnan

Bloody phone HTC dont buy

insideman

haha, sam_of_london has become a meme!

HTC Desire 12 3GB/32GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black £98.99 @ Eglobal
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Found 15th Oct 2018Found 15th Oct 2018
Very good price, for a phone that has been under the radar of most budget phone buyers. Excellent thing as a backup phone, with small bezels, and looks a lot more expensive than w… Read more
Benjimaestro

The Mi6 is 1080p @ 5.5", this is 720p stretched to 5.5". If you're going with 720p then get a smaller phone, so the pixels per inch number is larger.

Mrswitch

<3

edanfalls

😘

Mrswitch

(y)

edanfalls

How is it a good deal when there are objectively much better phones available for the same price? Finding a product for its cheapest price available isn't a deal. If that was the case, every single product would be on HUKD at any given time. Everything is at its cheapest somewhere.

Used HTC 10 32GB from £105 @ CEX
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Found 24th Aug 2018Found 24th Aug 2018
Used HTC 10 32GB from £105 @ CEX
Decent phone for the money picked up a B graded one for £125
Monkey.nuts.2

Behold, my B grade came through today. (annoyed)

Monkey.nuts.2

CEX grade C - signs of wear.

popoyaya

Nice one. Fast Snapdragon 820 CPU, 4 GB ram, good camera. Only worry would be battery.

Voltix

You should add its grade C in title

wassap

Its not a bad price for a decent phone, but a grade C CEX phone will look like its done long term service in Aleppo!

HTC U Ultra Unlocked / Cosmetic Pink / Snapdragon 821 / 4GB 64GB / Android Oreo / Pristine Condition at ebay / Music Magpie with 10% off £175.49
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Found 24th Aug 2018Found 24th Aug 2018
HTC U Ultra Unlocked / Cosmetic Pink / Snapdragon 821 / 4GB 64GB / Android Oreo / Pristine Condition at ebay / Music Magpie with 10% off £175.49
£175.49£194.9910%eBay Deals
Using Music Magpie eBay code for 10% off Pristine (A) HTC U Ultra 4GB 64GB from Music Magpie in Cosmetic Pink “ Fully tested and restored to factory settings by our in-house tech… Read more
celticprince

Sold Out!

vaiopup

Yup, I have the blue and the white. Nice.

plewis00

It’s a typo. Good and unique phone for the money, I’d have one at this price!

vaiopup

Says 5" screen but is 5.7" iirc :D

HTC U11 - Silver 64GB & 4GB RAM £359.10 @ HTC
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Found 17th Aug 2018Found 17th Aug 2018
HTC U11 - Silver 64GB & 4GB RAM £359.10 @ HTC
HTC U11, last year's flagship from the company, available directly from its online store with a 10% discount. I've had this phone for 6 months, performs smoothly and has an excel… Read more
Desi.Guy

I am using this phone from last 6/8 months..excellent camera and comparable to pixel 2 if install gcam mod, better speaker than pixel 2, better battery life than pixel 2 software is great. Only issue i find is its bit slippery in hand

GeorgyBoy

Many thanks - I'll work my way through this and hopefully it will help.

pathofpeng

I've also had HTC's for quite a few years and bought my HTC 11 when ebay offered the 20% off everything voucher code end of December last year. Prior to that I was also having problems with my HTC 10 and contacted HTC who told me how to do various types of resets which seemed to remedy the problem but it did make me lose confidence and worry whenever a software update notification was received. I've not had any such problems with the HTC 11. I'm not a heavy user (odd phone call/texting/plenty of browsing) and easily get a full day's use. With the voucher I paid a similar price as this for the 128/6gb model. If it's any use to you I've managed to find the email from HTC with their guidance in trying to resolve the battery issues: "Thank you for contacting HTC Customer Support Center. We are sorry to hear that you are experiencing issues with your HTC 10. Let's start with some quick troubleshooting, hope it will help you solve the problems you are having on your smartphone. 1.Check for updates from Menu> Settings> About> Software Updates (preferably using Wi-Fi) 2.Calibrate the battery: Charge the device for at least 10 minutes •With the device truly OFF while still being plugged into the wall outlet, push in and hold volume up and volume down AND power button, for 2 minutes. Device will boot up, and battery/charging logic are re-calibrated. 3. If your phone overheating install 3rd party application named: Battery Temperature C and check the battery temperature. Please note that the normal operating temperature for HTC phones is between 30 and 55 degrees. If you still find it uncomfortable, you can follow the tips below to decrease the temperature: 1) When not in use, turn off Wi-Fi/ BT/ GPRS/ GPS. 2) Shut down the applications running in the background that you’re not using. 3) If this happens when using a specific 3rd party app, you can consider removing it. 4. Try test the battery: A) Charge the phone up to 100%; B) Enable Airplane mode in settings and make sure that the phone is not connected to the charger C) Dial * # * # 3424 # *#*, press “Accept”, select the "More" below. On the next page, enable "Battery test" –press "Run". After that, the instruction will appear. Press the "back" key, until you see the picture: the phone is on the table, and the timer is above it. As soon as you saw this image, please put the phone on the table and for an hour while testing is in progress and do not touch the device D) The timer will start counting from 1 hour until it reaches 0, during this time, do not touch the phone; After that, look at the results: A) If the battery level has reached 75% or is less, you need to send the device to the repair center B) If the battery level is more than 90-95%, in order to optimize battery performance, you need to do the following: 1.Go to Settings> Power> Battery Usage and check the applications that use the battery the most and turn them off. 2. Make sure you turn the “Power Saver” on (Settings> Power>Power saver) 3.Turn off 4G on your device. Because when you have 4G on and you’re not in an area with 4G coverage, your phone is always asking for 4 G and searching uses a lot of battery life. 4. Turn Off Mobile Data Entirely (When You Can) The worse the coverage, the faster your battery drains. This happens because your phone’s antenna has to work that much harder to try to find and maintain a signal. 5. One of the biggest battery Android battery life drainers and it has to do with an app we all use: Facebook. There’s only one solution to this problem: Uninstall the Facebook app and use m.facebook.com. 6.If you rarely use your phone for GPS, you probably don’t need your phone to constantly ping satellites for a service that you’re not using anyway. Head to Settings -> Location Services and turn GPS off. 7. If you don’t use any Bluetooth devices, turn Bluetooth off to save battery life. 8. If you don't use WI-FI , go ahead and turn Wi-Fi off to save some extra battery life 9.Use power adapter that came with your device. Other power adapters and chargers can charge slowly, not at all, or damage your device or battery. 10. To reduce battery drain when you're not using your device's screen, set a shorter time before your screen turns off. Open your device's Settings>Display>screen timeout>pick 15 seconds or 30 seconds 11. Reduce screen brightness: Settings>Display>Brightness level>choose Automatic brightness 12.Turn off live wallpapers 13.Sometimes the downloaded applications conflicts with the phone's OS making it not to perform in a normal way, so please try to use the phone in the safe mode by following the steps below: 1.Press and hold “power key “till you see the options of Power off and restart option 2. Press and hold on the screen on the power off option till you can reboot to safe mode 3. “Safe Mode “text will appear on the lower left of screen. If you followed these steps and the issue is resolved, it means that you have downloaded 3rd party application downloaded from the internet which conflicts with you device OS. Please remove it from: Menu>settings>applications >click on the applications and un-install them If the issue is not from the external application please try to perform a complete reset of the device(Factory Data Reset) NOTE: Resetting your handset to factory or manufacturer's default setting will delete all the data stored on your phone memory; Remember to back up your phone information and settings first if possible. To back up your data please Install HTC Sync Manager on your computer. For more details about HTC Sync manager please check the below links: http://www.htc.com/uk/software/htc-sync-manager/ http://www.htc.com/uk/software/htc-sync-manager/requirements/ http://www.htc.com/uk/software/htc-sync-manager/user-guide/ For more details about HTC Backup please check the below link: http://www.htc.com/uk/support/htc-10/howto/android-backup-service.html To perform Factory Reset ,please open Settings > Backup And Reset > Reset Phone If the issue still occurs after following the above steps then we suggest to book a repair request for your phone within UK official repair center, so please provide us with the below information to proceed with booking 1. IMEI Number of your phone: (it is 15 digits start with 35 can be found on the original box, proof of purchase, or can be obtained from the network provider or you can dial *#06#) 2. Complete, safe and secure Address 3. Mobile Network Provider 4. Mobile number 5. Copy of proof of purchase stating the date and the IMEI on it, please send it to us as PDF. -Repairs will take approximately 5 to 7 business days from the time when it arrives at the HTC Repair Center and it's subject to parts availability (Excluding the shipment). -Should our engineers find any physical damage, wear and tear, unauthorized software, unauthorized repair attempts or your warranty has expired, the repair will be chargeable and we will send you a quote via email. -Our HTC Repair Center does not accomplish partial repairs. Upon diagnostics, any faulty part or defective material found will be replaced entirely. -You are under no obligation to accept the quote and if you decline, there will be an approximately £27 (may vary depending on exchange rates) diagnosis, shipping and handling fee to have the device returned to you unrepaired. -Devices with minor liquid damage will receive a repair quote, depending on the cost of the repair. -Devices with major liquid damage are returned immediately and unrepaired, as they are classed as beyond economic repair If you need our further help, please, let us know. We will be more than glad to help you For any further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our support team on 0203-684-8000 Or 0845-890-0079 http://www.htc.com/uk/contact/chat/ http://www.htc.com/uk/contact/email Monday to Friday - 9AM to 6PM You can also find many helpful articles on our website: http://www.htc.com/uk/support Best regards, Sabina HTC support team"

patricksweeney2

Well at least the Nokias can double as a chisel if they stop working.

seacam

I've had mine for 6 months and so far no issues. There's no such thing as a disaster proof phone from any manufacturer - I have a long history of badly malfunctioning Nokia phones

HTC U11+ 4gb/ 64gb dual sim 4G - Ceramic Black £426.79 @ Toby Deals
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HTC U11+ 4gb/ 64gb dual sim 4G - Ceramic Black £426.79 @ Toby Deals
Probably go cold because its from toby, but this is a really good price, the cheapest I've ever seen it. With band 20, and no customs makes this a winning combo haha Even more s… Read more
jazzuk777

Oh... Well that's probably the end of that then

mrew42

They bought their staff, not the company

jazzuk777

Didn't they get bought by Google? Could rejuvenate them in the way it did Motorola before Lenovo came and ruined it all again...

Douglas_Birks

With the 12 model out now.....very few resellers doing it, I wouldn't spend this kind of money on the 11....haven't voted, love htc but if they won't do them on contract they will be dead soon or happy to sell 5 phones a year

Mrswitch

Agreed, sadly. :(

HTC U11 5.5in SD835 128GB/6GB (Amazing Silver) in 20% Amazon Warehouse offer VGC (not in original box) £243.43
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Found 9th Jul 2018Found 9th Jul 2018
HTC U11 5.5in SD835 128GB/6GB (Amazing Silver) in 20% Amazon Warehouse offer VGC (not in original box) £243.43
£243.43£304.2920%Amazon Deals
Shows as £304.29 until you checkout - *after* the option to add a promo code! One of the few cameras that can hold its own against the Pixel camera, for under £250 with full 12mth … Read more
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szafeiriadis

So did anyone receive a Dual sim finally? Because the one I got is a single sim, I have to send it back

Mrswitch

So you bought it then?

jazzuk777

Read the op

szafeiriadis

Is it a dual or single sim?

RickyBobby

Two left...just cancelled mine & reordered one without any defects

HTC HTC Desire 12 UK SIM Free Smartphone - Cool Black @ Dispatched from and sold by Amazon exclusively for Prime members
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HTC HTC Desire 12 UK SIM Free Smartphone - Cool Black @ Dispatched from and sold by Amazon exclusively for Prime members
Seems like a good phone for the price, 2730mah battery may be a sticking point. MediaTek processor maybe another. Everything else seems quite reasonable for a phone under £150. … Read more
Mrswitch

I posted a deal last week for eglobal, and went and bought every single one of their phones that they sell, didn't pay any customs, but had to buy another house to keep them in. That was an expensive week (cheeky) (highfive)

BucketMan

If you don't think it is or is not great, just try and point out why for us simple folk. Is there a chance that honor will be reduced again on John Lewis?

Anotherplace

If I need to explain why it's a mediocre phone, then you have just confirmed that both you and the switch have no clue whatsoever.. Most of switchies posts are not deals, this one for instance is £20 more expensive than egc, but switch has decided to ignore that fact. Despite him/her claiming egc are the best thing since sliced bread. . Also if you believe his posts, it would appear the he has bought every single phone ever released from every single merchant. Sorry I don't believe a word he post's. This site has a certain amount of people posting non deals on a regular basis. Why is that?

bitcoin5

How is this a mediocre phone?? Its the latest from HTC, only £149 and has everything a normal, day to day user, even power user would want, the HD+ screen is stunning, brilliant camera, Dual sim (active not standby that works!!) cards, HTC sense and it is not even for sale yet in the UK and compared to the HTC 12+ which is brand new as well, you would be hard pushed to spot the difference in use. (nerd) As for the comparison to SFL, worlds apart!!! A lot, as in a lot of hukd members have really benefited from @Mrswitch deals, especially the phone deals, he / she has saved those that have purchased a massive amount and the Pepper group have not done bad out of the affiliate hops from them either! The reason that he / she keeps posting, is there are a few of us out there, that like a challenge finding deals for others and are not lazy (( no offence @deeky !)) enough to just get ripped off, by paying more for something worth less, that is being sold for more, to those not in the know! As an example of that, check out my Oukitel K5000 smartphone deal, £200 > £165 everyone on the planet still buying them at that price, on offer ((in fact I think they are £155 on amazon on offer now and still sell!)) they went down, with a double price discount, to £50... many benefited as the deal did not last long, but some didnt! Same as the recent 6TB WD deal, some members have been waiting a year to try and get one, at a deal price and according to their latest posts in the latest deal for it, they have got one! If anything, upper Pepper management should be looking at giving out one of their special badges things, for all his / her effort, how about it @juliet_bravo <3

Mrswitch

Ju Just because you two don't appreciate my deals, some do. So I guess I'll take the negative with the positive (highfive)

HTC 10 32GB Grey EE good £88 @ Music magpie
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HTC 10 32GB Grey EE good £88 @ Music magpie
Another good price, cheaper than the ebay ones I recently posted. Refurbished - Good This product has moderate signs of wear and tear but has been fully tested and is in great wor… Read more
Mrswitch

N Nor me now.

1982john

not letting me add it to basket

HTC 10 - 32GB - Unlocked SIM Free Black - ee - good £98.99 @ Music magpie / Ebay
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HTC 10 - 32GB - Unlocked SIM Free Black - ee - good £98.99 @ Music magpie / Ebay
£98.99eBay Deals
10% automatically applies at checkout Another good price here. Under £100 for one of these is fantastic imo. Spend those nectar points, and use the cashback websites. Refurbish… Read more
deleted1315437

Thanks ordered one!

bb11

Go to their website and it has 20% off https://store.musicmagpie.co.uk/products/htc-10-32gb-grey-ee-6448b7cb-686d-40d7-9fe1-678756113738 Then use eBay and unlock the phone https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Unlock-HTC-One-Code-A9S-A9-M7-M8-M8S-M9-10-X10-U-U11-Play-Ultra-Fast-Unlocking/151035688375?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649

bellboys

https://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=7884&idPhone2=8404

Bully

Same, looks like deal expired now. Always next time.

Mrswitch

Finished. Sorry

HTC 10 EVO 32GB 4G LTE SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - White  102.59(+2%Quidco/TCB) @ eglobalcentraluk
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HTC 10 EVO 32GB 4G LTE SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - White 102.59(+2%Quidco/TCB) @ eglobalcentraluk
The price have now dropped even lower than previously posted deals. Here are some f the features of the phone. - 5.5" Super LCD Screen, 2560 x 1440 pixels, 534 ppi - 16MP main c… Read more
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thisusernamealreadyexists

still 14 in stock

ElgyVeeten

Don't buy that phone, just watch VoloKin Project's video on YouTube explaining about issues like no 4G and so on.

sanny87

Was just about to pull the trigger but this phone doesn't have a 3.5mm jack.

litwoojczyznomoj

New.

smush

Got mine when they originally came out and just sold it a month ago for £120 towards an iPhone X. It was a great phone served me well.

HTC 10 32 GB Topaz Gold + Grey (Very good Refurb) UNLOCKED @ Music Magpie With code
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Found 12th Jun 2018Found 12th Jun 2018
HTC 10 32 GB Topaz Gold + Grey (Very good Refurb) UNLOCKED @ Music Magpie With code
£151.99£189.9920%Music Magpie Deals
Plus a possible 7% cashback. Refurbished - Very Good This product is in very good cosmetic condition with only light signs of use. It has been fully tested and works perfect… Read more
bitcoin5

Fab bit of tech still, always amazed me how they crammed nearly 600ppi into this screen! worldcup

HTC 10 in White/Gold - 4GB/32GB Memory, SD 820 Processor, 5.2ft QHD Screen - Refurbished A1 Pristine Condition at Laptops Direct for £149.97
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HTC 10 in White/Gold - 4GB/32GB Memory, SD 820 Processor, 5.2ft QHD Screen - Refurbished A1 Pristine Condition at Laptops Direct for £149.97
Thought this seemed an interesting proposition and very good value considering you are buying this from a UK seller... The HTC 10 was previously a flagship phone and very highly r… Read more
g-diddy

The official answer is no... However when I have purchased "A1 Pristine Condition" phones from Laptops Direct they have come with them, and in the original box. I think most the refurbished phones Laptops Direct are selling are phones returned, by people who have changed there minds and provided the accessories have not been opened, they will be included. But you should assume no and if they come it's a bonus.

DazzyB

I currently have HTC10. I'd say it's a good phone. The cameras both have ois so good for video. The battery life dropped dramatically after about 18 months to a point that it would turn itself off while reporting 45% and after only about 2 hrs of use. htc replaced the battery and it's now great again. It does get super-hot sometimes especially when quick charging... I think that might be what killed my battery. I'd recommend at this price but do a battery test in the first few days and return if capacity low. I use AccuBattery for this... Recommendation #2!

ezzer72

I had a Desire, One X, M7, M8, M9, 10 and U11 - not a single fault in 7 years or so. Just changed to P20 Pro as U12 looked a bit meh, but quite sad to have deserted HTC :(

alex_uk

90 days warranty is awful as HTC phones are not great from my experience, various issues after 90 days like: battery drain, screen issues, slow os and other issues. Good luck!

katestewart9279

OOS

HTC U11+ 4gb/ 64gb dual sim 4G - Translucent Black £450.99 @ Toby Deals
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HTC U11+ 4gb/ 64gb dual sim 4G - Translucent Black £450.99 @ Toby Deals
£450.99£56019%Toby Deals Deals
Use the code to knock a tenner off to get this cracking price. Don't forget your 2.02% cashback, every little helps. Even more squeezed in HTC U11+ has a 6” screen th… Read more
Nightmare101

Seriously I am curious aswell, WTF do you use anyways.

Nightmare101

400 is not yesterday's tech you diiip shiiit

Kimboball

Agreed. also known for screen problems. I am hoping the smaller version will come down in price with the U12 on its way

Mrswitch

Oh no, NOT. IN. THE. SLIGHTEST. Was just interested in the phone you currently use as you said you wouldn't pay + £400 for last year's Tech. You don't have to tell me, but this is a community, and people in the community are free to ask questions, and people are also free to not answer questions and be a bit shirty, that's your choice and I respect you for it. Good bye now.

Demondoguk

Why does it matter what phone I’m using? Do you take it this personally to all cold remarks. Do you even know if I voted hot or cold?

HTC U11 Silver Grade A (Excellent) 64GB Storage, 6GB RAM All Networks 5.5' Touchscreen, 12MP Camera @ EBAY /  tech-outlet-store1
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HTC U11 Silver Grade A (Excellent) 64GB Storage, 6GB RAM All Networks 5.5' Touchscreen, 12MP Camera @ EBAY / tech-outlet-store1
£279.99eBay Deals
Seen this and thought it to be a great price for a Grade A choose the silver option for £279.99 Excellent super fast, smooth phones. Htc u12 plus came out yesterday for £629, so… Read more
Mrswitch

One thing nexus phones weren't were "OTT prices" Pixels yes, nexus no!

Desi.Guy

Excellent phone ..i have kept it for some months..its slippery in hand though

187kid

One mans bloat is another mans features. I don't understand the big draw to pixel and previously nexus devices, OTT pricing, no expandable storage, stock android is dull. They may get updates 1st but Samsung and other oem's phones already have the new features without the update

Nightmare101

This store kept it at £299.99 for a good amount of time, glad to see they dropped it a little.

Nightmare101

Security updates better than Samsung's and lgs but Nokia, oneplus, pixel, takes the lead.

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