Things are rather quite slow over at HTC, so this might be a good news to consumers and HTC fans alike. Renowned serial leaker, Evan Blass has recently published an image that depicts the company’s upcoming device that is called the HTC U12+.
In general, the U12+ will apparently carries most of the components from the U12 which is said to be the device that made a surprise appearance at a 5G industry event in Taiwan last month. Among them are the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, 6GB of RAM, and 3420mAh battery.
Additionally, there is also the dual rear camera setup that features a combination of 16MP and 12MP sensors. Interestingly though, the U12+ comes with two 8MP front cameras as opposed to single 8MP camera that was listed on the leaked specification sheet.
Depending on the sources that you might have read, the U12+ is expected to be officially announced by HTC next month or early May. Regardless of that, we are quite curious to see what the upcoming flagship device has to offer for consumers and whether HTC has finally stepped up their game or otherwise.