The HTC U12+ Will Launch On May 23rd; Company’s Launch Poster Lays Bare Most Of Device’s Internals With A Stroke Of Creativity
After regularly surfacing on the rumor mill, it's time to confirm the HTC U12+ launch date. The Taiwanese manufacturer is one of the first companies to produce an Android handset, but a lack of resources have put it on the backfoot in the flagship smartphone world. Nevertheless, HTC refuses to give up and will also offer consumers its take on the 2018 flagship smartphone race. To that end, the company has now confirmed the launch date for its HTC U12+. Take a look below for all the details.
HTC Confirms Launch Date For The HTC U12+; The Device Will Launch On The 23rd Of May
After the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s hit the shelves earlier this year, dynamics in the flagship smartphone market are slightly different from last year. Users are becoming a bit more budget conscious, and OLED displays are falling in popularity. Both the Galaxy S9 and Mix 2s are top-tier gadgets, and HTC surely has its work cut out for it.
Looking at all the current rumors for the smartphone, the only thing we can say with certainty is that the HTC U12+ will match high-end gadgets with its specifications. The smartphone is rumored with the Snapdragon 845, 4/6GB RAM and a 12+16MP rear camera setup. Now, HTC's confirmed the launch date for its smartphone, in a unique manner.
That's right folks. The above image manages to hit two birds with one stone. Not only does it provide confirmation for the HTC U12+'s launch, but it also lays bare the device's internals. This allows us to make several important deductions. Look closely and you'll see that a dual camera is present within this host of components. The device's motherboard, flex, memory card slot and a USB-C port.
It's a great way to confirm a device's launch, especially as most users only get to see what's on the outside of any smartphone. These components also make us reminisce of the old rumor mill, that focused on a smartphone's internals.
The HTC U12+ won't feature a display cut out either, a fact that will generate a collective sigh of relief from the Android world. The device will carry a solid look and feel, departing from HTC's penchant of elegant design. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We'll keep you updated on the latest.