HTC U Ultra Price & Specs in Malaysia August, 2021

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Cheapest HTC U Ultra Price in Malaysia is RM 1,242.02

The HTC U Ultra is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest HTC U Ultra price in Malaysia is RM 1,242.02 from Amazon. HTC U Ultra price details are updated August 2021.

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Price List by Country for HTC U Ultra

Country International Price Price in MYR
Hong Kong HKD 1,476.97 RM 803.00
Indonesia IDR 4.226.598 RM 1,242.00
Malaysia MYR 1,242.02 RM 1,242.00
Philippines PHP 14,652.08 RM 1,242.00
Singapore SGD 226.66 RM 708.00
Thailand THB 12,000 RM 1,538.00
Vietnam VND 8.978.966 RM 1,650.00

HTC U Ultra Specs

Screen Size 5.7"
Pixel Density 513ppi
Display Resolution 1440 x 2560pixels
Water Resistant No
Scratch Resistant Yes
Rear Camera 12MP
Front Camera 16MP
Camera Lenses Single Camera
Video Resolution 4K
Weight 170g
Body Material Aluminium
Dimensions (W x H x D) 162.4 x 79.8 x 8mm
Battery Capacity 3000mAh
Charging Fast Charging
CPU Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 821 (14 nm)
Processor Core Quad Core
OS Android
Dual SIM Yes
SIM Card Nano-SIM
USB Connectors Type-C
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Expandable Memory Yes
Face Recognition No
Fingerprint Scanner Yes

HTC U Ultra Price, Specs, Review Malaysia

It seems like HTC has heard what the avid smartphone users have said. The HTC U Ultra is their answer to the everyday user. With a screen size that rivals your tablet, the HTC U Ultra sports a 5.7 inch Super LCD5 capacitive touchscreen with 16M colours. Protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for the 64GB version and a Sapphire Crystal Glass for the 128GB version, the screen is tough and ready for an adventure.

Massive battery power

A large phone means a large battery pack. The HTC U Ultra is fitted with a Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery that does up to 312 hours on 3G (standby) and 26 hours of 3G talk-time. You won’t have to worry about where you take the phone, what processes are running, and how long you are using it. HTC U Ultra is also adapted with the Quick Charge 3.0 for fast battery charging.

A camera built to impress

The HTC U Ultra comes with a 12MP rear shooter. You may not think much of it until you know its specifications. The lens is a f/1.8 26mm contraption with laser and phase detection autofocus. This translates to accuracy and extreme details in every photo or video you snap. It also incorporates a 1/2.3'' sensor size, 1.55µm pixel size, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, Auto-HDR, panoramic capabilities so you can shoot a diverse range of photos and video.

HD recording comes in at 2160@30fps or 720@120fps. As for the rear shooter, you get a 16MP, 1080p Auto-HDR camera, perfect for all your selfies and Snapchat videos.

Store your data like a pro

There are two main variants of the U Ultra in Malaysia. The first comes with 64GB internal storage and the other with 128GB. Both include a 4GB RAM. External storage can be mounted via microSD card up to 256GB through the second SIM card slot. This is where the Dual SIM capacity comes in handy (if you are using only one SIM card).

Apart from that, the U Ultra is incredibly fast thanks to its Android OS, v7.0 (Nougat), Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 821 chipset, and Adreno 530 GPU combination. You would be wise to consider the HTC U Ultra as one of Malaysia’s finest selections of smartphones.

Reviews of HTC U Ultra
Reviewed on 2017-05-24
As of April last month, HTC made a price drop for the U Ultra for RM2599. Does it seem like a little pricey? That depends on your preference, it does come with a super shiny body glass build with impressive specifications. With a price like that, it has a...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-18
The tech scene has suddenly become saturated with the latest HTC U 11 after its recent release but wait, didn't the HTC U Ultra just make an appearance just a couple of months ago? With both phones being top notch, let us see which one will take the cake...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-06
The HTC U series marks a new design language for the Taiwanese company. Gone are the all-metal chassis in favour of a sleeker – and arguably more premium-feeling – glass and metal design. And in the case of the HTC U Ultra, it's a fresh new look that impr...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-18
It's been a long time HTC has release a new flagship smartphone and now they've finally come up with the HTC U Ultra. Available now at a price tag of RM2999 here in Malaysia. It features a shiny new design, secondary display for the HTC U Ultra, smart AI...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-16
Update (February 16, 2017, 2.56pm): Pricing and availability has been added at the end of the article.Original article below (written February 16, 2017, 10.36am)First spotted at CES 2017, HTC's newest smartphones, the smaller midrange U Play, and the l...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-12
True to its previous tagline, HTC decides to be a ‘Quietly Brilliant' company again in CES 2017, as we were invited to a private suite to have a sneak peak of the company's flagship for 2017. While the name of these devices come as no surprise due to prev...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-12
Glass design is a stunning, Two-screen setup impresses, Battery life is good
No dual cameras, No headphone socket, Sense Companion is confusing
Whisper it, but HTC is on a bit of a roll right now. Having made our Gadget of 2016 with the Vive and provided the hardware brains behind Google's Pixel, it's back with a phone of its very own: the gorgeous HTC U Ultra.A completely different beast to las...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-11
Released in March, HTC's U Ultra comes with a Snapdragon 821 chipset, 4GB RAM, and 64GB of storage. There were never any carrier variants made, so it's only available unlocked for $749.But since then, the company has announced the U11, which puts the U...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-08
Gorgeous glass build and colors, Great software features, light skin, Ultra fast camera, Fantastic camera quality most of the time, Video recording and recording sound quality rock, Included USonic headphones are a fantastic pack-in, Free HTC Uh-Oh Protec...
More fragile than previous metal HTC phones, No 3.5mm jack or included adapter, Not water or dust resistant, Low light photography could use work, Single USB Type-C port means no charging while listening to wired music
2017 is ushering in a wave of change for most OEMs it seems, bringing about massive hardware design changes for some companies, while others still are only refreshing their existing lineups with minor cosmetic differences. HTC Seems to be falling somewher...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-03
The U Ultra might not be HTC's flagship for the year, but it's still a high-end device you should pay attention to. The company vowed to switch its focus to premium hardware in 2017, and the U Ultra is just one culmination of the efforts. It really is a...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-17
Stylish looks, Smooth performance, Good battery life, Capable selfie camera, Loaded with features
Primary camera performance could be better, Lacks 3.5mm audio socket, Fingerprint magnet, Bulky, Photos by Raj Rout
Right off the bat, the U Ultra impresses with its looks. As we said earlier… images don't really do it justice, you just have to check it out for yourself to see what we mean. The glossy rear is a big fingerprint magnet for sure, which is where the includ...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-16
Decent but not outstanding hardware, including the Snapdragon 821 SoC, 12megapixel rear camera, and 5.7inch 1440p display
Terrible battery life. Secondary display adds nothing. Unnecessarily large body attracts fingerprints like no other phone. No headphone jack. Laughably expensive
It seems like decades since HTC released the fantastic One M7, a flagship smartphone that elevated the company's design and engineering team to elite status. Since then HTC has stagnated and even reasonable devices like last year's HTC 10 simply didn't se...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-06
Snappy performance, Good battery life, Good camera, Eye-catching finish
Unwieldy size, Second display is a gimmick, No headphone jack, Display quality issues, No water resistance
In a season filled with almost endless smartphone hype and announcements, you'd be forgiven if you missed that HTC, once a major player in the Android world, announced and released a new, high-end phone. That phone, the $750 U Ultra, is the company's curr...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-05
Beautiful design, Great build quality, Outstanding camera performance, Amazing LCD display, As I sat at HTC's presentation back in Las Vegas a few months ago, I was immediately drawn at the fact the company chose to call its latest flagship lineup the “U...
Largest phablet of its screen size, If it's so large, why not add a headphone jack?, Nonphablet sized battery, Software not optimized improved ergonomics, HTC Sense companion is still not ready, As I sat at HTC's presentation back in Las Vegas a few month...
As I sat at HTC's presentation back in Las Vegas a few months ago, I was immediately drawn at the fact the company chose to call its latest flagship lineup the “U.” See, at least for me, that HTC You Campaign was probably one of the most genius approaches...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-05
Beautiful metal/glass design, Fluid and responsive performance, Great picture quality on front and rear cameras, Expandable storage, Fast, accurate fingerprint reader, Clean software experience with HTC Sense, Large, vibrant display, Secondary screen is u...
Not easy to use in one hand, Mirror-like finish attracts dust and fingerprints, No headphone jack, Small battery for its size, Not water resistant, High price tag even for an unlocked device
It's no secret that HTC has had a rough go of it for the past few years, despite offering solid flagship devices renowned for their beautiful design, build quality, and fantastic audio experience. With that said, it unfortunately has been a case of “more...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-30
Beautiful design, Great display, Solid performance
No waterproofing and easily scratched, Battery is smaller than it should be, Camera only average, No headphone jack
The fans won't want to hear it, but HTC has made a misstep with the HTC U Ultra. Flagship follow-up to last year's HTC 10, it promises high-style and plenty of functionality to go with its premium $749 price tag, and there's no denying that its high-gloss...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-27
Shiny back is shiny, Second screen can be useful at times, Sound quality is stellar
Frame is just too big, No headphone jack or water resistance, Battery too small to get through most days
I'm not gonna lie, I like big phones. Before I became a full-time Android phone reviewer, I divided my time equally between the Nexus 6P and the iPhone 7 Plus, and I was more than a little bummed that I never got a chance to try out the Galaxy Note7. B...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-27
Shiny back is shiny, Second screen can be useful at times, Sound quality is stellar
Frame is just too big, No headphone jack or water resistance, Battery too small to get through most days
I'm not gonna lie, I like big phones. Before I became a full-time Android phone reviewer, I divided my time equally between the Nexus 6P and the iPhone 7 Plus, and I was more than a little bummed that I never got a chance to try out the Galaxy Note7. But...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-25
very classy casing, high-resolution second screen, preloaded personal assistant, lush memory configuration, good camera photos, quick charge function, high-quality headset included, high-resolution, viewing angle stable panel, low temperature development...
pressure sensitive rear, fingerprint magnet, mediocre speaker, no 3.5-mm audio jack, comparatively slow WiFi, slightly inaccurate GPS, screen's high color shifts, high power consumption
The comeback? The U Ultra flagship smartphone is to pave the way for HTC's desperately needed comeback. This might even be successful with an intelligent assistant, high-quality audio technology, and a second screen. However, some test results rouse doubt...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-24
Fantastic design, Excellent build quality, Mostly good performance, Speaker setup works well, Sense Companion is a good idea
The glass body scratches easily, Not water- or dust-resistant, Expensive for what you actually get, Second screen doesn't do much, Small battery, Relatively mediocre camera
I was almost giddy when I reviewed the HTC 10 last year. After years of casting about for the right approach, the company built a phone that seemed like a clear step in the right direction. Fast forward to January 2017: HTC revealed the $750 U Ultra, a g...
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