Official specs and renders of the HTC U12+ appeared last week, thanks to Evan Blass. But today the company itself accidentally confirmed the info on a leaked test page, that was briefly up and caught by Roland Quandt.
The next flagship of the Taiwanese company will indeed have a 18:9 screen with no notch and WQHD+ resolution and a price tag of CNY5,888 ($900/€780).
The display of the U12+ will have a 6” Super LCD6 panel. The chipset is Snapdragon 845 and the device will have a 3,500 mAh power cell.
The testing page was taken down since, but thanks to the previous leak, we know the dual camera will have a 12 MP UltraPixel sensor with f/1.75 aperture, coupled with 16 MP telephoto shooter, while the 8MP selfie cam will sit behind f/2.0 wide-angle lens.
The phone will make its official debut tomorrow, when the last unknown details like squeeze features and market availability should be revealed.
Impossible, is a strong word i think this world where a lot of Impossibles have become daily life for us, anyway my point is, front facing speakers were HTC's trademark they shouldn't have compromise on it
Then maybe you need to stop buy everything because pretty much everything are made in China. Murica isn't any better either with their PRISM. Not to mention how Murica dismantle many countries just to get oil.