HTC’s forthcoming U12 has appeared in a new leak, revealing just what the Taiwanese mobile maker has planned for its new flagship.
The images, which have slipped out from a screen protector manufacturer in HTC’s home territory, shows a device which is slimmer than last year’s U11, with a dual lens camera setup and rear fingerprint scanner.
Previous chatter has pointed towards the device having an 18:9 screen, with 6GB of RAM, the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and storage options of 64GB or 128GB.
It’s widely expected that HTC will launch the U12 in May, with a U12+ edition also rumoured. These are likely to be the only phones unveiled by the mobile maker in 2018, having sold its mobile business to Google at the end of last year.
HTC has long struggled to match the efforts of Samsung, LG and Huawei. Gimmicks such as interactive metal frames and a wide variety of voice assistants have failed to entice consumers who are spoiled for choice in a crowded market place.
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