New HTC U11 update brings 1080p 60fps video recording support
HTC has started pushing out a new update to its U11 smartphone that arrives as version 1.27.400.9 and weighs in at around 665MB. The update brings along a handful of changes, including support for 1080p 60fps video recording, something which the company promised earlier this year.
@LlabTooFeR U11 HK model got new update. 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/smSv0tGsUD— Benz (@Blaruku) August 22, 2017
Other changes include Android security fixes for the month of August and some enhancements related to system. The update is currently hitting units in Hong Kong. The company had earlier said this update will be rolling out over a couple of months, so be patient if your device hasn't received it yet.
- 05 Sep 2017
No HTC phone has ever blown up. HTC phones do not automatically break when you drop them. The audio experience is better than anything on the market, as is the durability. The speed, user experience and lack of "bloatware" makes it by far the best ph...
- 24 Aug 2017
Yeah, stop braging about feature you don't use, squeezing your phone looks practical, or gimmicky? I was using from day one and still using It, cause it is way better than 30fps1080p, don't comment if you don't know what to say
- 24 Aug 2017
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