HTC U12 is World’s First Smartphone with Four Cameras & No Physical Buttons


As we have already told you that HTC is planning to launch its next flagship device which is HTC U12 Plus. Now the phone is official and comes with many high-end specs. HTC U12 Plus lands with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and better edge sense. U12 Plus is a truly high-end flagship device with so many interesting features. HTC U12 with Four cameras and no Physical button is a unique device.

HTC Launches HTC U12 with Four Cameras and no Physical Button

HTC U12 is company’s flagship device with U branding. According to HTC, U12 is the biggest and boldest flagship phone globally.

Specification of HTC U12 with Four Cameras and No Physical Button:

HTC U12 Plus Specs
Display:6 inch with mirror glass coating back
Resolution:1440×2880
System chip:Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SDM845
Processor:Octa-core, 2800 MHz, Kryo 385, 64-bit, 10 nm
Graphics processor:Adreno 630
RAM:6GB
Built-in Storage:64/128 GB
Battery:3500 mAh
Operating System:Android Oreo 8.0
Back Camera:Dual 12+16 MP
Front Camera:Dual 8 MP
Sensors:Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Hall (for flip covers), Fingerprint scanner,

First Images of HTC U12 with Four Camera and no Physical Button:

HTC U 12 is World's First Smartphone with Four Cameras & No Physical Buttons

HTC U 12 is World's First Smartphone with Four Cameras & No Physical Buttons

HTC U12 in three vibrant colors:

HTC U 12 is World's First Smartphone with Four Cameras & No Physical Buttons

HTC U 12 is World's First Smartphone with Four Cameras & No Physical Buttons

HTC U 12 with three cameras:HTC U 12 is World's First Smartphone with Four Cameras & No Physical Buttons

Price of HTC U12 Plus with Three Cameras:

The HTC U12 Plus will launch in translucent blue and ceramic black for $799. This base model comes with 64GB of storage. The other 128GB model will come in just translucent blue, priced at $849.

Do tell us in the comment section below that how interesting you find the phone?

Also Read: HTC U12 Plus Unveiled with Snapdragon 845 and Better Edge Sense

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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