One of the world's most famous leaksters, Evan Blass, has just published what seems to be three official press images showing off the upcoming HTC U12+ in the full palette of available colors.
The renders confirm the dual back camera and no notch at the front - just a regular tall aspect display.
The more interesting part of the leak was arguably the full technical specs of the HTC U12+. We get the complete hardware info and details about most of the unique features of the phone.
The 6" Super LCD6 screen will offer QHD+ resolution (1440 x 2880 pixels)and support for DCI-P3 color space and HDR10. Driving all those pixels will be the Snapdragon 845 chip paired with 6GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB internal storage. A 3,500 mAh battery powers up the device.
The camera setup is made of 12MP wide-angle UltraPixel main shooter with F/1.75 aperture coupled with 16MP telephoto camera with F/2.6 aperture capable of 1.85 to 2x optical zoom. Both are aided by OIS and UltraSpeed Autofocus 2, which is basically PDAF + laser autofocus.
The front-facing shooter will have 8MP sensor and an F/2.0 wide-angle lens.
The HTC U12+ will offer flagship-worthy video shooting as well - 4K@60fps, 1080p slow motion at 240fps and 360-degree high-quality (96kHz, 24-bit) audio recording thanks to the 4 microphone array.
Other interesting features include USB-C 3.1 (Gen 1) with DisplayPort support, motion launch, always-on voice commands, new pressure-sensitive buttons and improved HTC Edge Sense 2 functionality.
With the leak being this extensive we wonder if HTC will have any surprises left for us come May 23. Some cool software tricks should not be ruled out, perhaps.
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So, you will buy a phone with a notch, just because it's a trend now? Ever heard that some people have THEIR OWN opinion about things, and they will not buy something they don't like just because the manufacturers are pushing it?