With every new phone launch, the manufacturer is expected to include a number of stock wallpapers for users to choose from. They're another way of differentiating from other OEMs and adding some extra branding flair to a device. The latest flagship phone to be announced by HTC is the U11+, which we've heard was once intended to be the canceled Google Pixel 2 XL (codenamed 'Muskie'). If it had been a Pixel, it would have had Google's Wallpaper app by default, but since it's not, HTC has come up with some wallpapers of its own.
Some of them are so nice I think I'll have to give them a try. If you'd like to download the whole lot, you can do so from here. For more about the HTC U11+, check out my hands-on. It's shaping up to be every bit as good as HTC needs it to be. It's been a while since the company has had a real winner (building the Pixels aside), and those of us who remember the glory days of HTC Android phones will surely be hoping for a resurgence come November 20th.