HTC U12+ to be officially introduced in May

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Last year HTC released two top-tier devices, but this year a single flagship smartphone will make its debut on the market.

SEE ALSO: HTC U12+ Price in Pakistan and Full Specifications

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HTC named it U12+ will hit the market in May. Taiwanese media has a lot of information about HTC’s plan, and reported that this window chosen by the maker to avoid competing with a big name like Samsung, Oppo.

This media report also claimed that U12+ will have a 6-inch display screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset paired with 6GB RAM and 64GB / 128GB internal memory, and 3,420 mAh battery will power the phone.

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There will be Dual snappers 12MP + 16MP sensors on the back and Dual snapper 8MP + 8MP sensors in the front.
The phone is powered by Android Oreo 8.1.

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Another feature of the phone is Edge Sense UI 10, which enables the user to take advantages to different gesture like a squeeze to active the camera, Facebook, or other apps.

There is no official price tag announcement for this phone.

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