HTC's latest flagship handset has no buttons, for some reason, along with Edge Sense 2.0. Unfortunately, the whole package doesn't work very well. Here's our review of the HTC U12+.
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HTC hasn't had the best year but it is still managing to release new handsets. While there is speculation of what might arrive, the firm has announced a reveal that will take place on August 30.
HTC unveiled the U12+ flagship smartphone yesterday, but there is no sign of a standard U12 which may have confused some people. However, the company has now provided an explanation for this decision.
HTC has made one last blunder before its event tomorrow. Engineers accidentally made a test page for the HTC U12 Plus public facing and subsequently people saw it. It included specs and pricing.
There have been rumors and leaks over the past few months regarding HTC's unannounced U12 handset. An array of new photos have emerged of the smartphone, showing it off from every angle.
Although HTC's upcoming U12+ flagship smartphone isn't expected to feature a notch, its mid-range sibling, the U12 Life, is rumored to jump on the latest trend if a new leak is to be believed.
HTC's U12, internally named the HTC Imagine, will allegedly release in sometime mid April, sporting Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845, dual cameras and up to 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
HTC finally started to rebound last year with the release of its U11 handset. The firm may release a successor and it looks it was spotted early at a 5G summit, showing off its slim bezels.
HTC won't be unveiling its flagship devices at MWC this year, per a report citing company insiders. Instead, it will hold a separate event after MWC. Huawei & LG have also backed out of MWC this year.