By ditching the large bezels, HTC has managed to cram a much bigger display into a device that’s only just bigger than the standard 5.5-inch U11 (the U11+ dimensions are 158.5 x 74.9mm compared to the U11’s 153.9 x 75.9mm).
And this display is very good with colours looking punchy, vibrant and certainly good enough to enjoy a spot of Netflix on the move or spending time browsing the web.
However, with HTC using LCD technology rather than AMOLED, it can’t quite match the sheer eye-popping visuals of rival devices from Apple, Samsung and LG.
Although watching content on the screen might not quite be up there with the best, listening to the audio is as good as anything we’ve heard before.
HTC continues to offer brilliant audio via its BoomSound speakers with the U11+ offering one if the best experiences to date.
There’s also good news for those who get fed up with terrible battery life as the U11+ features a gigantic 3,930mAh battery - 30 per cent bigger than the standard U11.
This means you’ll easily get a day out of it and beyond.
So general battery life is good, although during our six hour Star Wars trilogy video tests it didn’t perform as well as rival devices from Samsung which ended the movie marathon with around double the power of HTC's offering.
Source : https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/science-technology/920471/HTC-U11-review-android-Oreo-price-release-specs245