HTC prices the HTC U11 in Australia at $999

Alex Kidman 19 May 2017


HTC is going hyper-competitive with the HTC U11’s pricing.

It was only earlier in the week that HTC unveiled its latest premium smartphone, the HTC U11 at an event in Taiwan, noting that it would make further announcements around availability and pricing in the coming days.

There’s still no precise word on when the HTC U11 will hit Australian shores, but it has revealed that we’ll pay just $999 for the HTC U11 when it is launched here.

That’s a very compelling price point for what is a very attractive phone, whether you’re looking at that glossy exterior or simply drooling over its Snapdragon 835-based internals. So how does that compare against other premium handset pricing with similar storage?

Premium handset pricing
HTC U11 64GB$999
Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB$1,199
Apple iPhone 7 128GB$1,229
LG G6 64GB$1,199
Huawei P10 Plus$1,099
Google Pixel 128GB$1,229

If you’re keen to know more about the HTC U11, check out our hands-on review of the phone, which we expect to launch in Australia around the middle of June.

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