Today, HTC is taking the wraps off its newest flagship smartphone, the HTC U11.

This is a proper Snapdragon 835 flagship—Qualcomm’s latest chip—and it comes with two notable features: a fancy “squeeze” function that launches a configurable action and dual hotword support for both the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
I was a big fan of HTC’s 2016 flagship, the HTC 10, thanks mostly to its rock-solid metal body, along with the light Android skin.
Starting with the earlier HTC U Ultra, HTC moved away from its best-in-class metal phones and started making glass-backed devices.
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