HTC U12+ now available in the US
After a brief hiccup in handling pre-orders, HTC has now started selling the U12+ flagship smartphone to general public. The device is listed as 'in stock' on both the company's US website and Amazon for $800, with orders shipping immediately.
The carrier models all feature 64GB storage, but the unlocked model - which is compatible with AT&T, T‑Mobile and Verizon - comes in both 64GB and 128GB memory configurations.
While the 64GB model is available in black and blue colors, the 128GB model - which carries a price tag of $849 - is available only in blue.
If it got your attention you can follow the links below to place your orders.
- Help This Company???
Instead of marketing, I would rather have them sell their products globally. Sadly, the U12+ 128GB is not available in Europe, why??? It seems to me, they simply don't want to sell their phones.
- 09 Jul 2018
- Sug 0
Pity they can't get their marketing right. They were the 1st company that made Android or Windows phones & they used to make the phones for everyone else! Bet they wish they had stuck with making phones for other companies like Foxconn. Handsets ...
- 07 Jul 2018
Hence Apple is re-doing is Maps application from ground-up because first one was (not-so-)perfect.... hmmm... https://techcrunch.com/2018/06/29/apple-is-rebuilding-maps-from-the-ground-up/
- 05 Jul 2018