In an email sent to the press this morning and posted on their website, HTC posted a photo of neatly laid out phone components, with the text "Coming Soon".
HTC UK confirmed that the company's next Android device will debut on May 23. A year ago during the launch of U11+, HTC said that it would launch a dual camera smartphone in 2018 and the first one could be the U12+.
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HTC U12 Plus render. The back is expected to feature a 12MP and 16MP camera. "The display will be 5.99" with an 18:9 aspect ratio and we're expecting HTC to continue using the lovely Liquid Surface design. Some of you might be wondering why the device will be called as HTC U12+ and not HTC U12, well that's what rumours suggest.
The smartphone will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform paired with up to 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The company is also expected to feature the second generation of HTC Edge Sense hardware in the device.
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The battery life of the HTC U12 should also be quite good when compared to competitors, with a 3420 mAh battery.
There is a fairly large battery too. As mentioned above, the manufacturers state that the phone will be more than the sum of its parts, but from what we know of the phone thus far it's shaping up to be an average, albeit high end, flagship.
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