HTC U Ultra is presented at today’s conference the latest flagship smartphone manufacturer in Taiwan. Even the “Ultra” in the name suggests that the phone is equipped with powerful components, but what distinguishes it is certainly two displays.
The HTC U Ultra uses the already-known LG V10 idea of using a second display. With the Dual Display, the user quickly and discreetly receives notifications and multiple functions without having to turn on the main screen.
The HTC U Ultra has a 5.7 “screen with a resolution of 2560x1440px (QHD) protected, depending on the Gorilla Glass 5 (64GB model) or sapphire glass (128GB model). Over the main screen is an additional 2.05-inch diagonal 160x1040px display.
The HTC U Ultra is powered by Android 7.0, and powered by a 64-bit quad-core Qualcomm 821 processor running at 2.15GHz supported by 4GB of RAM.
The HTC U Ultra battery, thanks to the 3000mAh capacity, is claimed to allow up to 26 hours 3G / 4G talk time or 13 days standby time.
As for today’s flagship, the HTC U Ultra could not miss the camera’s specifications. UltraPixesl 2 – It has a 12MP matrix (1.55 μm pixel), laser autofocus, autofocus with phase detection, optical stabilization, f / 1.8 aperture and bicolour LED. Allows you to record videos in 4K and slow motion 120fps in HD.Tweet