One of the most effective flagships of HTC is HTC U11. Despite not featuring skinny bezels, it was still the best flagship. However, HTC managed to include a full-screen display in HTC U11 Plus.
Now, HTC is ready with another ambitious flagship Smartphone HTC U12. It may feature full-screen display without the in-display fingerprint scanner. HTC U12 in UAE include all the features of U11 Plus and in addition, it may have IP68 certification and a massive battery.
HTC U12 Rumoured Specs
According to SuggestPhone, the upcoming smartphone from HTC will be HTC U12 that may sport 18:9 aspect ratio. Rumours suggest that the device may come in with a 4K display and it performs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 platform. The rendered image shows that the handset is featuring a single front-facing camera sensor.
Furthermore, there does not include any fingerprint sensor on the front end. With many smartphone companies planning for the in-display fingerprint scanner, we wonder as to why HTC is missing this feature.
The full-screen display can ditch the 3.5 mm headphone jack. Lock button and volume controls are on the left side of the device. HTC is also featuring dual rear camera setup as other smartphone flagships. It is expected to come in a limited edition as it is mainly focusing on to understand the marketing strategies to enhance the financial conditions.
Android 8.0 Oreo update for HTC U11 Life
On the other end, HTC U11 Life started to receive Android 8.0 Oreo update. This brings in all the Oreo core features such as PIP mode, notification dots, faster boot times, and customized settings for the U11 Life.
HTC is slowly improvising in all aspects with its flagship smartphones. Though it is currently a step behind the top giant smartphone companies, we think that it will make its way to the top list with this HTC U12 and HTC U12 Plus Dubai in 2018.
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