While HTC did deliver great phones with the previous generation, it will be interesting to see whether the HTC U12 Plus delivers something exceptional that might be able to put it toe to toe with phones from competitors like Samsung.
The HTC U12 is coming. We believed it's taking HTC some time in launching a new flagship since the mobile manufacturing business is now part of Google.
Furthermore, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset powers device, which also sports up to 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM.
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On the back, two cameras - one 16-megapixel and the other 12-megapixel - sit side by side above an LED flash and fingerprint scanner.
Most of these specs align with past reports we've shared.
Additionally, there is also the dual rear camera setup that features a combination of 16MP and 12MP sensors. HTC will also be looking to give the front a bezel-less design, though it sounds like there will actually be a top bezel and not a notch like so many other Android handsets seem to be implementing these days. It will also be water and dust resistant, thanks to the IP68 certification. With the second-gen Edge Sense, the upcoming flagship might offer even better features. Android Oreo is the operating system of choice, which makes the HTC U12 Plus one of few phones to actually be running on the latest Android operating system.