May will be the month of flagships as top-tier brands are unveiling their flagship smartphones.
HTC has been dormant for quite some time when it comes major smartphone launches.
As for the technical specifications of the device, it's clear that the HTC U12 packs a punch. The device will be a successor the U11+ which was launched a year ago.
Popular tipster Evan Blass few days ago posted an image showing the HTC U12 in all its glory. A new Face Sense recognition feature is also incoming, but it's still unlikely to be as secure as a hardware implementation.
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Initially spotted bearing the codename "Imagine", the smartphone is expected to pack a 6-inch LCD panel on the front with WQHD+ resolution, hinting at an 18:9 or 19:9 display resolution.
The device is expected to come powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (64 bit) Octa-Core processor coupled with optional 6GB/8GB of RAM. In terms of camera functionality, the HTC U12 will sport a 12MP + 16MP UltraPixel camera with dual tone LED flash on the rear end. The SIM tray also confirms the phone has dual SIM support. Two 8MP cameras could be found on the front of the device, something not found on many competing flagships.
In a brief teaser released on Twitter this morning as well as sent to members of the press, HTC has officially started promoting its next Android smartphone.