HTC U12+ photos and specifications leaked before the official launch

Katie Ramirez
May 18, 2018

What the Red Agency wanted to stop was leaks about HTC's all new HTC U12+. Ahead of its 23 May event, The full spec sheet and official images have surfaced thanks to serial leakster Evan Blass and Roland Quandt. Blass posted renders of the device, fully revealing its design, which appears to be somewhat semitransparent, as you can see some internal hardware through the back. The primary camera is made up of 12MP Ultrapixel sensor paired with 16MP telephoto lens and offers HDR boost, ultra speed autofocus, and a Pro mode as well. The leaked specs sheet also says that the phone is able to offer 23.8 hours of talk time on 3G/4G network.

For the front, there will be a dual-camera setup as well with a combination of two 8-megapixel sensors with 1.12-micron pixel size, f/2.0 aperture. Edge Sense is also making a return and it should have improved squeeze gestures for accessing shortcuts and controlling the phone.

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According to the spec sheet, the notch-less display is a 6-inch panel with a Quad HD+ resolution and a pixel density of 537ppi. The U12 Plus looks nearly similar to the HTC U11 Plus, including its Liquid Surface design-inspired back. The leak also hints at AR stickers. The front-facing cameras will also support Face Unlock, which unlocks the phone using facial recognition. As expected, the smartphone also skips the 3.5 mm headphone jack, in favour of the USB Type C audio. The phone will come packed with a 3500mAh battery with support for Quick Charge 3.0.

Connectivity wise, it supports a wide range of 4G LTE bands in both FDD and LTE as well as Bluetooth 5.0, 802.11ac 5GHz WiFi and NFC.

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