HTC U11 discount code is good for $50 off

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HTC is now offering a discount on its flagship Android smartphone.

The unlocked HTC U11 can be had for $50 off in HTC’s online store with the promo code AMAZINGU11. Simply enter this code at checkout and HTC will knock $50 off the U11’s price, leaving it at $599.

This deal applies to all four color options of the HTC U11, including the new Solar Red option. It’s worth noting, though, that the Solar Red version is currently being offered as a pre-order, with shipments expected to start going out in July.

The U11 being sold by HTC is an unlocked model with support for LTE bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 20, 25, 26, 28, 41, and 66. HTC has said that it also supports T-Mobile network features like VoLTE, Wi-Fi Calling, and 256 QAM, but not 4×4 MIMO.

This $50 discount code will be offered for a limited time, so if you’re thinking about taking advantage of the deal, you may want to do it sooner rather than later.

Source: HTC

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  • NardVa

    HTC is not in enough demand to charge $600 for their phone. This phone should be $500 at the most.

    • Andrew Singleton

      HTC is the best, so they can charge whatever they want. This phone should be 700 at the least. (see what i did there)

      • Yeah, made it to a terminal on Internet Day at the asylum.

      • Mike

        I’ve yet to see anyone with the U11 . HTC market share continues to decline so this phone should be no more then $399.99 to $499.99

        • George Salcedo

          They can charge whatever they want, as far as the reviews go it’s the best phone so far of 2017.

        • bkat11

          Until the Note 8 comes out

        • George Salcedo

          I guess if you like Samsung but personally I can’t stand all the bloatware and occasional lag.

        • bkat11

          What bloatware are you referring to?

        • George Salcedo

          Seriously? Bloatware all day long. Samsung Pay, Samsung this Samsung that app. Too many to count. Believe me I liked my S7 but I like HTC better

        • bkat11

          Samsung pay is awesome! I use the hell out of that! The fitness app I use with my watch, the secure folder I use for personal items, Samsung connect works great when I use my stereo…not sure what else. Cloud is handy for backup and reset

        • George Salcedo

          My G6 has useless apps too, either way the U11 will be mine soon when they have a black Friday deal or hot deal.

        • bkat11

          To be honest T-Mobile loads more useless bloatware than Samsung

        • Mike

          Far as sales go it’s not

        • corona10

          Well considering its not on all carriers, of course its not going to have the sales of Samsung. That is never going to happen. Doesnt mean their devices arent just as good or better than Samsungs.Just because their devices arent as in your face as the Galaxy and iphones doesnt mean this device can’t compete with them.

        • Mike

          HTC sales have been so bad as of late and overpriced that carriers stop carrying their phones

        • corona10

          Theyre priced less than the Gs8. So no they’re not overpriced. And if course sales will be bad if no one knows about the devices. Hence HTC elevate.Carriers just don’t want to give their devices a chance. Well except Sprint. Still doesn’t mean the device isn’t just as good as any other flagship. And the device briefly went out of stock for about a week due to demand which has been reported to be greater than the M8,9 and 10. It’s not Samsung or Apple numbers but it’s a positive for HTC. They are selling this device. And with the discounts at HTC and Amazon brings the price to 599 or 590.

    • George Salcedo

      I would buy one if they had payment plans a would not have one single gripe about paying $600 for it.

      • corona10

        You can get one on payment plan from HTC.com. Choose paypal.

    • corona10

      Yes, they are. And what does that even mean, not in enough demand? Apparently it is.Or they wouldnt be making them.

  • Philip

    Samsung recent deal on S8/S8+ and the trade in along with the $49 360 just about kill everyone.

    • George Salcedo

      Good deals on good Samsung devices. HTC phones run a lot smoother without the bloatware though.

  • corona10

    Need to sell it on Tmobile.

  • Rob

    I got mine right when it came out and I have to say that HTC hit a home run with this thing. The display is incredible (HTC has had problems with color saturation, pink and yellow tint and even lines in the past plus you could never see them in the sun even on full brightness – this screen actually gets so bright it hurts my eyes), the battery life is phenomenal (my last charge went 1 day 12 hours with 5 1/2 hours of screen on time and that was with a lot of gaming in that screen on time with Twitter and Facebook notifications on as well), I’ve yet to see the Snapdragon 835 stutter once, edge sense is much less of a gimmick than I thought it would be. If I’m going somewhere, I turn it on and I just squeeze the phone and the camera pops open immediately. The camera itself is also phenomenal. HTC has never been successful in the camera department (except arguably with the M7/M8 but the images were too small to be of any real use, just high quality) but I went and took this thing out the other day and the pictures are all incredible for a phone camera. Even capturing the sunset, the camera didn’t actually blow anything out.

    The only complaint I have is no 3.5mm jack but the headphones they put in the box are incredible.

    Hell it even comes with a clear case so you can have some protection but still show off the bad ass color of the glass!

    Oh yeah and compared to the 10, which I own as well, this phone is LOUD! I can hear it all the way downstairs in the kitchen which is on the other side of the house. The last phone I had that was that loud was my Sidekick II.

    This phone is so great that I haven’t even rooted it yet. I always root all of my phones out of the box and I don’t feel the need to root this one. That’s saying something.