HTC hasn't been doing too well in the smartphone business over the last couple of years, but it looks like their new flagship smartphone could be something that's actually very exciting.
The latest HTC flagship smartphone which will be called the U Ultra, featuring a 5.7-inch display that is accompanied by a smaller U Play smartphone with a 5.2-inch display. HTC will be pushing something they're calling Sense Companion, which is an AI assistant that is similar to Google Assistant on the new Pixel smartphones.
But wait, there's more: HTC are reportedly removing the 3.5mm jack in another courageous move, following Apple with the new iPhone 7, Levovo's Moto Z, and HTC's own Bolt smartphone not featuring a headphone jack.
HTC has used a new all-glass exterior that it calls Liquid Surface construction, with the company putting a lot of R&D time into the material - which mimics the properties of liquid, but just the look. This means you'll get some beautiful reflections in the right light on your new HTC smartphone, but how will it feel in your hand on a hot day or lots of typing away on social media and texts?