A list of specifications and new photos made in unofficial ways with the HTC U12 + have been published on Twitter by Evan Blass from Venture Beat. If it turns out to be true, they reveal just about what is known about Taiwan's new flagship and confirm many of the rumors we've heard over the past few months, such as Harvard configuration and final design.
According to the new information, the HTC U12 + is a model that does not approach the new direction in ultra-cut or high-definition design but is slightly more conservative, using the 18: 9 screen design "2017" and QHD + resolution (2,880 x 1,440 pixels ). The screen is not an OLED panel, but a Super LCD 6, but compatible with the DCI-P3 color and HDR10 format
Inside, it is pushed by a top chipset, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, 6 GB of RAM, 64 or 128 GB storage options, and there is a possibility to extend storage using a 2 TB microSD card. The phone comes with dual-camera systems on both sides. On the back we have a 12MP UltraPixel 4 sensor and a 16 megapixel sensor for the zoom function. The camera is stabilized, portrait mode and uses UltraSpeed Autofocus 2 technology (face detection + laser). On the front, we have two 8 megapixel sensors.
It seems that the Edge Sense system is still present, while USonic headphones will still be delivered in the package. Also, the "BoomSound" system is mentioned, suggesting that the phone will still be equipped with two stereo speakers.
More details can be seen in Evan Blass's image, while the images with the phone are three color variants and confirm the design I've seen in unofficial images in the past. The document leaked on the internet suggests we will find official details about the phone on May 23, the date that was made public by the company a few weeks ago.