HTC Taking $100 Off of the U11 for Valentine's Day

HTC has announced that, as of right now, the HTC U11 is now $100 cheaper. So instead of costing $649, the HTC U11 is going to cost you $549 or $23/month for 24 months with HTC's monthly installment plan. HTC is also offering the U11 in red for Valentine's day, though the other colors - blue, silver, and black - are also available if you wish to pick up one of those. This is a great deal on HTC's high-end flagship smartphone, that was announced last summer and has EdgeSense included.

The HTC U11 is a great device from HTC. It sports a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. There is a micro SD card slot available for expanding storage on the HTC U11 as well, so you can add up to 256GB of additional storage. There is also a 12-megapixel camera on the back, with a 16-megapixel front-facing camera. And of course, the HTC U11 is also water-resistant, with a IP67 rating. Which is great to see, but what isn't great to see is the headphone jack. There isn't one here, so you'll need to stick with Bluetooth headphones - though HTC does include a pair of USB-C headphones in the box. Which is good to see.

HTC has also discounted the UA Healthbox, bringing it down to just $99. That's down from its usual price of $179 (though its regular price was $400). In the UA Healthbox, you get the fitness tracking band, the scale and a heart rate monitor. That is a pretty good deal for just $99, considering the scale itself would typically sell for more than that price. For anyone that is serious about exercising and/or losing weight, the UA Healthbox is definitely a good buy. And it can only be bought at HTC right now. HTC says that these prices are good now through February 15th at 11:59PM PST, so you have now through Valentine's Day to pick one up, or a HTC U11. Which is going to make a great gift for Valentine's Day. You can pick them up using the links below.

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