HTC U11: A human touch-inspired smartphone that is perfectly ‘squeezable’

HTC U11

The HTC U11 runs Snapdragon 835 SoC and has 6GB RAM, 128GB internal memory

 

Taiwan-based consumer electronics company HTC on Tuesday announced its ‘U11’ flagship smartphone in Taipei. The HTC U11 smartphone features top-tier specifications and seems a flagship smartphone in true sense of the word that can compete with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S8, LG G6 and Apple iPhone 7 smartphones.

The HTC U11 can be operated using squeeze-based interactions, a first for any smartphone. In keeping with the human touch, which inspires the phone’s squeeze-based interactions, the device has been named “U”11 — implying a focus on you, rather than it.

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Here are the detailed features of HTC U11 smartphone:

U touch – HTC Edge Sense

Few things are as natural and intuitive as the sense of touch. HTC Edge Sense transforms this fundamental sense into a completely new and revolutionary interaction with your phone. With a simple squeeze, HTC Edge Sense lets you easily engage with your phone in an unprecedented yet intuitive way, helping you more naturally enjoy the things you love like taking photos, opening Facebook, or launching any of your favourite apps.

For example, with HTC Edge Sense, launching your camera has never been easier. No more fumbling for buttons or awkward hand positions. No more worrying about dropping your phone while you pose. Just lift, squeeze, smile, and snap.

You can also send texts faster and easier than before. Texting can be impossible when you are on the move, but using HTC Edge Sense for Voice to Text, you can speak your text messages without having to slow down. Lightly squeeze, speak your message and send your texts on the go.(read more)

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