HTC U12 Plus Price Leaked Just Before Official Unveiling – Two models That Are in the Same League as Galaxy S9
HTC’s upcoming flagship, the U12 Plus will be officially announced on May 23, which means we are still two weeks away from the unveiling. So far, all we had for you guys was the long list of specifications but we hardly managed to touch the price details of the flagship. We know now that the HTC U12 Plus is going to be arriving in two storage models, and its pricing is no different than what the Galaxy S9 retails for.
Lowest Price of the HTC U12 Plus Is Standing at $734 After Conversion - Price in the U.S. Will Vary Greatly
According to the website Erpice, the 64GB variant of the U12 Plus will cost anywhere between $734 and $768, whereas the 128GB variant will cost between $801 and $734.
According to earlier leaks related to the specifications, the U12 Plus will sport a 6-inch Super WQHD LCD screen. It will run Android Oreo right off the bat and the battery capacity will be a decent 3,500mAh. The phone will reportedly ship with ‘Frameless Display’, which is just another word for having razor-thin bezels. How thin it is going to be, we will find out.
HTC U12 Plus is also said to have a rear dual-camera system. The main camera would be 12MP with an aperture of F/1.8 and the second one will be 12MP with a F/2.6 aperture. Other rumors say that the dual camera combo would be 12MP + 16MP. Similarly, there are conflicting rumors regarding the front camera. Some say the phone will have a single 8MP selfie camera while some allege that there would be a dual-camera setup (8MP + 8MP) on the front.
The phone will reportedly be available in four color variants: Violet, Black, Red Rose, and a Translucent variant. Like every flagship of 2018, the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 SoC and will feature an IP68 certification for water resistance. Quick Charge 4+ will also be supported by the flagship.
Do you think the price is justified for the company to stay relevant in the fiery smartphone business? Tell us down in the comments.
News Source: Eprice