Here Are All The Official Images For The HTC U Ultra And U Play – Take A Look!
After consistent appearances on the rumor mill, the HTC U Ultra and U Play are finally with us. The devices resemble what had surfaced earlier, save a couple of changes. The biggest surprise is the processor on the pair. The HTC U Ultra packs Qualcomm's Snapdragon 821, while the U Play features the MediaTek Helio P10. Wondering what the devices look like from all angles? Take a look at all the official images below.
The HTC U Ultra And U Play In All Of Their Official Images - Take A Look
The launch of the HTC U Ultra and U Play went just as anyone would've expected. We saw the customary design overhaul, specification upgrades and the company launching the pair with their dedicated AI. The design of the U Ultra in particular is quite interesting. For a company that made the shift to metal all the years back, HTC also becomes one of the first manufacturers to shift back to glass.
The HTC U Ultra features a metal frame sandwiched between glass. The glass for ordinary variants of the device will be Corning's Gorilla Glass 5. A special variant of the device will also feature Sapphire glass, one of the toughest substances known to man. It's a feature that's bound to make Apple jealous by quite a bit. The screen for the U Ultra measures 5.7 inches with a resolution of 1440 x 2560.
When compared to other manufacturers, HTC's always had a unique look towards device design. With the U Ultra, we see this approach once again. The device features two screens, as a leaked image prior to its launch also suggested. The secondary screen, that measures 2.05 inches and carries a resolution of 160x1040 pixels. It'll display app alerts and system notifications in an innovative manner. Finally, HTC once again demonstrates its commitment to music on the U Ultra.
The device features HTC USonic, that customizes audio output through earphones for each user. The earphones with the HTC U Ultra beam out ultrasonic waves which map out a user's ear. This creates a profile that fits audio output to the individual characteristics of the ears. Sounds pretty cool if you ask us. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned for the latest.