HTC U12 Rumored to Launch in April with Snapdragon 845 & Dual Main Camera

News of HTC U12 is in the air. As after the release of Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9, now crowed is looking for something new. The Taiwanese manufacturer is ready to release its newest flagship, the U12, sometime in the middle of April. According to LlabTooFeR, the rumored HTC U12 Android smartphone has a dual rear camera system with 12MP and 16MP. HTC U12 Rumored to Launch in April with Snapdragon 845 & Dual Main Camera.

The back will sport dual shooters, a 12-megapixel and a 16-megapixel one, with Sony’s IMX3xx series sensors, whereas the front camera will shoot in 8-megapixels.
The phone will come with a 5.99-inch QHD+ display, and will support the HTC Face Unlock facial recognition technology.

HTC U12 Rumored to Launch in April with Snapdragon 845 & Dual Main Camera

It is to be rumored that HTC Imagine/U12 will have up to 6GB of RAM, which combined with the powerful Snapdragon 845 processor would make the Android smartphone a lot faster than its predecessors. As for the internal storage, the device will apparently come with the 256GB ROM.

When it comes to software, HTC U12 will apparently launch with Google’s Android 8.0 Oreo mobile operating system with the HTC Sense 10 UI and Edge Sense 2.0 squeeze function for an enhanced and modern experience.

According to leaks HTC U12 would come with full support for Google’s Project Treble, which claims to speed up the delivery of the latest Android software updates. The phone will feature with a dual-SIM model as well, IP68-certified water and dust resistance. The powerhouse of HTC U12 will have a bigger, long-lasting 3420mah battery.

It has also been rumored that HTC U12 will be launched as soon this April, but there is no official confirmation on anything for now. Few weeks ago, HTC showcased an unknown Android smartphone at a 5G event in Taiwan, it is possible that it could be HTC’s next-generation flagship phone.

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