HTC U12+ leaked specs sheet leaves nothing to the imagination
HTC U12+ recently appeared in case renders with no notch and four cameras - two on the front, two more on the back. Latest juicy info is coming from China, revealing all the phone’s specifications thanks to a leaked sheet.
HTC is going all in with the hardware, equipping the U12+ with Snapdragon 845, 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage. The phone will also have a microSD slot for cards up to 2 TB. The display will be 5.5” with a tall display and Quad HD+ resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels and 18.5:9 aspect.
Selfies can be snapped with two 8 MP sensors, and the setup will also support OIS and HDR Boost. The primary camera is listed as 12 MP with f/1.5 lens with the UltraPixel 4 technology and UltraSpeed AF. OIS is also available on the back snappers. The second sensor is rumored to have 16 MP resolution.
The phone will bring Edge Sense 2 - the new version of the squeeze UI. There is also HTC Usonic tech that adapts the sound your liking. The IP68 compatibility means the phone will be water- and dustproof. Let’s hope this time you’ll be able to take pictures while jumping from a pool tower, unlike the U11.
The phone will have Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 4+ technology that promises up to 15% faster and up to 30% more efficient charging. Right now no major players support it so HTC is taking a step ahead of competitors. There is also Qi wireless charging, NFC and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac.
The HTC U12+ is expected to debut in April, although HTC is yet to set a date.
Via (in Chinese)
Says it has HTC Sense. Speaking of sense, definitely glad that HTC had the sense not to add a notch like Apple or say, any number of copy cat oem's. Cheers all. ^_^ .
- 30 Apr 2018
give an amoled panel and i am sold, could be ground breaking for htc, i am a htc 10 user, the outdoor viewing in lcd is just plain bad, no headphone jack is a trend and htc compemsates for it by the noise cancellation tech which is great and unique, ...
- 26 Apr 2018
Well.. I hated TouchWiz more than anyone else did. But, have you tried the Samsung Experience UI? It is totally different and I dont think it carried anything from TouchWiz. The feel with Samsung Experience UI is more top notch and the improvements l...
- 17 Apr 2018