Here's the HTC U12+ specs and some gorgeous looking renders

Mindy Sparks
May 18, 2018

For those who don't like notches on their smartphone displays, they will be happy to know that the HTC U12+ doesn't have one. It also offers HDR 10 support.

Inside, the HTC U12+ is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 with 6GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage.

By complete, we mean a insane detailed, seemingly official three-page spec sheet, which was supposed to be kept under embargo until May 23. A new set of images has popped up showing the device in three color options, confirming the design of the phone and its rear fingerprint scanner and dual camera system.

The "main" camera setup will support 2x optical and 10x digital zoom, as well as OIS, Bokeh mode, 4K video recording at 60fps, and slow motion 1080p video at 240fps. HTC's press materials also tout phase detection coupled with laser autofocus, so expect HTC to talk about sharper photos when the U12+ is unveiled. One is a 12MP wide-angle lens with "HTC UltraPixel", and the other is a 16MP telephoto lens. The cameras will also provide 84 degrees field of view which should allow users to take better group selfies. The renders for the phone show that the BoomSound implementation won't feature front-facing speakers.

There's a USB-C port to charge the 3500mAh battery and no headphone jack, and it doesn't appear that wireless charging will be supported.

It will come with Android Oreo 8.0 and HTC Edge Sense 2.

With the OnePlus 6 dominating tech headlines following its impressive reveal this week, fellow Android phone makers like HTC have a tough act to follow.

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