We all know that HTC is in trouble. Its mobile division has failed to generate revenue for several quarters already, and much of its smartphone division was sold to Google last year. However, HTC promised us one more smartphone, the continuation of the HTC U11, and it seems that Evan Blass, master leaker, has the first image of what will be HTC's first dual-camera phone, the HTC U12 +. And maybe the brand's latest phone?
Here you have it in all its glory. The phone will cut down on the edges we saw on the U11 and U11 +, putting it to compete directly with the Galaxy, Mates and iPhone X and all the edge-hating phones around the screen. The equipment has a 6-inch LCD panel with a WQHD + resolution and an 18: 9 format. The smartphone will also incorporate two cameras on the front to give us an unfocused background.
In addition, we will see the Snapdragon 845 with 6 GBs of RAM and 64 or 128 GBs of expandable storage via microSD, and a 3,420 mAh battery. For the cameras on the back, we would be in front of a 16 megapixel sensor and another 12 megapixel sensor, again, to give us the blur effect.
We do not have a final release date, because according to Evan, a problem in the production of the phone has delayed the launch from the end of April to the beginning of May. Which is problematic for HTC, as the S9 + and Huawei P20, two of the fiercest high-end competitors, will have a huge advantage on release date issues.
|screen||6.0 ″ WQHD + (18: 9)|
|Rear Camera||16 + 12 MP|
|Front Camera||Two front cameras|
Still, considering the specs of the phone, there is no doubt that it sounds very interesting.