HTC hasn’t brought the U Ultra to markets only, but also its little brother: the U Play. Design and software conform to the top-of-the-line model, but the touchscreen measures 5.2 instead of 5.7 inches, which is why the HTC U Play stays significantly more compact. However, the developers have changed more hardware than just the monitor: such as processor, camera and memory. And, of course, spared the second screen. This test explains, what exactly has been changed, how the effect is in practice and why HTC has a major problem with the U Play.