Similarly, the device has an 8MP front-facing camera. However, unlike the Desire 12, it has got a dual-camera setup on the back. The Desire 12+ comes with a 2,965 mAh battery and will run Android 8.0 along with the HTC Sense UI overlay. The 12 Plus also has a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, a feature you won't find on the standard Desire 12; it will have a face detection feature, but don't expect it to be almost as good as the iPhone X's.
In comparison, the Desire 12 comes with a 5.5-inch screen operating with a MediaTek MT6739 quad core 64-bit processor and 2GB of RAM with 16GB of internal memory.
The Desire 12+ gets the lion's share of HTC's attention in today's announcement, and for good reason, as it sports a 6-inch HD+ (720 x 1440) 18:9 display - the largest display to grace the Desire line thus far.
The HTC Desire 12 is a miniature version of the Desire 12+ with a few other changes. It also has dual SIM support (nano only), Bluetooth 4.2, and a 3.5mm audio jack.
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The HTC Desire 12+ is also running a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 CPU under the hood, with slightly more grunt being fed into the handset. On the software front, the smartphone runs on Android 7.1 Nougat, and there is no word on Android Oreo update. A 13-megapixel shooter (BSI sensor, f/2.2 aperture) lies on the back of the phone, while a 5-megapixel snapper (BSI sensor, f/2.4 aperture) can be found on the front side of this phone.
While HTC has publicly revealed the details of the new phones, they have not yet released information on availability, markets, or pricing. A 2,730mAh battery keeps the power up, while charging happens through an old-timey microUSB cable.
Both the devices will be up for pre-orders next month.