Take A Look At The HTC U12+ – A Phone Claimed To Give A Good Competition To The Galaxies And The Mates
HTC had to through another round of layoffs and it had to trim down its portfolio a bit too. The company will be releasing a few models this year but the highlight of this list is the flagship handset under the codename ‘Imagine’ and will be entering the market as HTC U12+.
HTC U12+ features
This phone is a follow up to the U11 and U11+ phone series. The new phone is being described as the phone that will give good competition to all the Galaxies and the Mates. These are some big claims but we aren’t sure if they will come true or not. If you look carefully the plus sign does put it beside the Galaxy S9+. Now the question is, is the phone going to stand next to the Galaxy in terms of features as well or not?
The HTC U12+ has a 6-inch LCD panel with WQHD+ resolution. It also comes with a pair of 8-megapixel selfie cameras on the very slim top bezel. Many of these specs were reported by Llabtoofer, a developer of custom ROMS for HTC enthusiasts. The flagship phone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and is paired with 6GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage. You can even expand this storage by using a microSD. It hosts a 3420mAh battery pack as well.
There are two cameras at the back, a 16-megapixel and a 12 megapixel. These cameras are present side by side above an LED flash and a fingerprint scanner. The device will also be support HTC’s Edge Sense hardware. This technology was introduced last year and allows users to control functions by just squeezing the phone’s sides.
Success or failure - that is the question
Apparently the development of the HTC U12+ received a minor problem recently and the launch date was pushed from late April to early May. It is very important for the company to make their products successful. Do you think the company will be able to give good competition to the very ‘competitive’ phones? Let us know.
News Source: This is the HTC U12+
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