Let’s consider that it has the best smartphone camera ever rated by DxOMark, a Snapdragon 835 chipset for supreme speed, voice assistants the wazoo including Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, and even the brand new Edge Sense feature for squeeze-enabled gestures.
Let’s consider for a moment its beautiful slab of metal sandwiched between strong panes of Gorilla Glass, with the front one protecting a beautiful 5.5-inch Quad HD display.
Let’s consider a phone that seemingly has no weaknesses on paper aside from any personal gripes you may have with its loud and shiny color scheme.
If $600 is the “sweet spot” for an average flagship, does the HTC U11 deserve to ask for $50 more? Let’s hear your thoughts on whether it’s worth it and whether you’ll be buying one in the comments section ahead, but not before participating in the polls below!