The Taiwanese HTC has already announced it is going to launch its next-gen flagship on May 23. Thus, in two weeks, we can state whether there is a chance for the manufacturer to get back its former popularity or it will continue going to the bottom. As you know, the upcoming model is the HTC U12+. Actually, we have seen it leaked on various spy photos and we are also familiar with its key features. But today the phone spotted in a spy photo once again.
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According to the leaked photos, we can say there will be at least three color options. They include blue, black, and silver. The body is said to be made of glass. And we have to state thanks to the mirror effect it looks like the Xiaomi Mi 6.
As for the hardware, the HTC U12+ is said to sport a 6-inch screen with a resolution of 2880×1440 and a Snapdragon 845 chip, which is based on the advanced 10nm LPP process technology. Apart from this, the SND845 SoC uses a Kryo 385 architecture and an octa-core architecture. The CPU frequency is 28GHz. At last, this processor is coupled with an Adreno 630 GPU, 6GB LPDDR4X RAM, and a 3420mAh battery. It sports a dual-camera with a 12+16MP sensors combination and has an IP68 rating.
Honestly, the HTC U12+ is a true flagship with tons of amazing features. But how much will it cost? According to ePrice, the phone will be priced way higher than its previous variant of the HTC 11+. There will be two storage options. The 64GB is said to cost NT 24,900 (5300 yuan), while the 128GB models should come at NT 22,900 (4900 yuan). Thus, the HTC U12+ will be more expensive than the slower variant of the U11+ at NT 21,900 (4800 yuan).