If you’ve been keeping up with new releases, then you might have already figured out that 2017 is the year of the smartphone. This year has already seen a lot of great new phones being released, and according to news and rumors, it will continue in this way until its very end. Today we’re shifting our attention towards two new phones that are pretty great, and we’ll try to decide which one is better. We’re talking about the new HTC U Ultra pinned against the Nokia 6. Keep reading to find out who the winner is.
The new HTC U Ultra comes with a sleek 5.7-inch Super LCD5 display with a pixel resolution of 1449×2569 and 513 ppi of pixel density. On top of that, the HTC U Ultra has the unique feature of smaller secondary display, which comes in at 2.07 inches and 160×1040 pixel resolution. However, the Nokia 6 has a 5.5 inch panel with IPS LCF technology which makes it run in full HD with a pixel density of 403 ppi.
As far as hardware is concerned, the new HTC U Ultra has a Qualcomm quad-core Snapdragon 821 chipset that clocks in at 2.12 GHz and runs on 4GB of RAM. On the other hand, the Nokia 6 leans more toward the mid-range area with its slower Snapdragon 430 with 1.4 GHz running power and either 3 or 4GB of RAM.
And the winner is…
All in all, it’s pretty obvious that the HTC U Ultra is the better smartphone in this case. However, seeing how the Nokia 6 is more budget-friendly, its performances are also not to be overlooked. At the end of the day, it matters that you choose what fits your needs and desires best. Therefore, any of the two phones might be right for you.