It offers updates to the U11’s design and hardware, including an improved screen and larger battery. If it was released half a year ago, it would have been one of 2017’s best handsets – and even now it remains a solid choice that will meet most buyers’ needs. But into 2018, with the threat of next-generation handsets, it feels a little late in the game.
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HTC U11+ – Design
At first glance, the U11+ doesn’t look like a huge departure from the U11. The only obvious difference between the two is that the U11+ is slightly taller and thinner than its predecessor and has a significantly smaller bezel. But unless you hold the two back to back, you’re unlikely to notice the changes.