Verizon has a platform called Open Development for encouraging the development of new products, apps, and services beyond the company portfolio. Along with the design & build part, there is also a Showcase part where many devices, licensed to work with the Verizon network, are listed.
According to a listing of the HTC U12, the phone will have Super WQHD LCD with 6” diagonal. It also reveals the battery capacity of 3,500 mAh and Android Oreo.
For obvious reasons the Verizon Open Development listing has used the image of the year-old HTC U11 instead. The U12 is said to arrive with “Frame less Display”, meaning we might see a tall screen. Earlier case renders revealed a tiny forehead and chin and practically nothing on the sides, similar to what Samsung introduced with the Galaxy S8 last year.
The listing also says LTE Cat.12 which is contradicting with previous rumors of Snapdragon 845. The latest high-end Qualcomm chipset supports Category 18 download and Category 13 upload with up to 1.2 Gbps speeds. There is a possibility the Verizon version of the phone might limited for some reason or that this is just a typo.
That's no bad thing. We need the best phones with stock android possible.
Fake. Look at the bottom. Quick charge 1.0 o.O Really that 1.0 needs to be switching to 4.0+ minimum considering the chipset has long since supported it. If we're going to have suspected average battery life results in the review fro...
We don't care about it .. Just leak or release your damn phone. you take years to release them . Goodness!!!