HTC U PLAY - REVIEW

HEY, U! LET’S PLAY

HTC U Play is part of a HTC’s new 2017 devices.Combination of metal and glass makes the HTC U Play outstanding. Design of the phone is not only enough for the consumers. U Play has a few issues to make it a must-buy. Be sure to check out the HTC U 11 too.

Design.

Overall it has the look and feel of a premium device. Curvy glass design is very comfortable to hold and it’s not slippery at all. HTC calls it “liquid surface” design. It’s quite shinny making it much funkier-looking than the average.The HTC U Play is also available in pink, black and blue.

Screen.

I have to admit the screen is really good for a mid-range phone. 1080p Super LCD screen with the size of 5.2 inches, everything looks amazing. sharp, bright and colourful – there are no major issues here.

Performance.

With MediaTek Helio P10 processor everything is smooth without any major glitch. Daily use jumping from Facebook to Chrome and so on is perfectly fine. It has solid solid 4GB of RAM and DDR3-speed. This device’s processor has eight cores but running high-graphic games can be bit choppy at times.

Battery.

It can be stressful when it goes empty mid day. The down side of the device. It’s a major issue for this shinny. HTC U Play has a 2,500mAh battery, which is fairly small for a phone with a 1080p screen and a 28nm processor. Less than two hours of gaming from a full charge. Again – this isn’t great.

HTC U PLAY - REVIEW

Camera.

HTC U Play comes with 16-megapixel camera on the front and a 16-megapixel camera on the back. In-general shots display a decent amount of detail and fair colour. Manual mode that includes control over exposure times, sensitivity and other parameters, letting you push the U Play much harder if you like.