Now that much of HTC's smartphone business has been taken over by Google, the Taiwanese company seems to limit their plans for the 2018 launch. Last year, the company released not just one, but two flagship devices "In the form of U11 and U11 +, but this year we can see only one model on this segment.
Venture Beat's Evan Blass says he has information from safe sources saying that HTC plans to launch this year a U12 and then a U12 + have been changed. Instead of two models, the Taiwanese manufacturer will release only one, which will keep the U12 + name (despite the fact that there will be no U12 standard).
The phone will benefit from the new sleek design around the 6 "display, 18: 9 QHD + resolution and two dual camera systems. On the front there will be two 8 megapixel sensors, while on the back we will receive a 16 + 12 megapixel system. It is not clear how the secondary cameras will be used, but we will most likely have to deal with a "portrait" effect, whether we refer to "zoom" cameras or "wide" cameras
The rest of the internal configuration for U12 + could be in line with market requirements in 2018. Thus, Evan Blass claims that we will deal with a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6 GB RAM, 64 or 128 GB storage configurations, and a 3.420 mAh. Of course, the "Edge Sense" capability will be indispensable and we will probably have to deal with the same "USonic" headphones with active noise canceling
The announcement of HTC U12 + is expected in late April or early March, with a launch closer to the beginning of summer