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Mark Peters : June 10th 2017 - 08:50 CET

Sprint HTC U11 premium smartphone


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SprintSprint HTC U11 HPUE-enabled smartphone : HTC U11 is the world’s first smartphone with squeeze interaction. Sprint is the exclusive carrier launch partner for HTC U11. HTC U11 is the first smartphone to be commercially released worldwide that is exclusively powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform. Enjoy this premium smartphone without limitations or worry about data overages with Sprint’s Unlimited Freedom for the best price for Unlimited among national U.S. carriers. Unlimited Freedom customers enjoy Unlimited Data, Talk and Text for $50/month for the first line, two lines for $40 month/line, four lines for $30 month/line and the fifth line is free. This includes HD streaming for video, music and gaming, and 10GB/month per line of mobile hotspot data, providing convenience and extra value.
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HPUE-enabled premium smartphone
HTC U11 is an HPUE-enabled (High Performance User Equipment) smartphone. HPUE makes the Sprint network experience even better with increased coverage, more capacity and faster speeds on capable devices.

HPUE smartphones are designed to give customers a better overall experience for watching streaming videos and enjoying mobile gaming and other online apps and services. HPUE can extend Sprint’s existing 2.5GHz coverage by up to 30 percent to nearly match its mid-band 1.9GHz spectrum performance, including indoors where the majority of wireless traffic is generated.

Sprint has more spectrum than any other carrier across the United States, allowing Sprint to keep adding the capacity and speed needed to serve customers’ increasing demand for unlimited data.

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Sprint HTC U11 availability
Beginning on June 9, it will be sold online, at 1-800-SPRINT and in Sprint retail stores for $0 down and $29.00 US per month for 24 months (SRP: $696). And for a limited time, pre-order HTC U11 from Sprint and get two Amazon Echo Dots on us (SRP: $99.98).




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