HTC UC12+ Camera, Battery and Gaming Performance Comparison

by Tanya Toshali
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Almost all the specifications of the new HTC U12 + have been leaked on the Internet, a team that wants to stand up to the best of the market today with an unparalleled processor and RAM.

Although HTC is one of the most important companies in the technology industry, we know that its economic situation is not the best, and that in recent years the firm has not been able to cope with its competition, and together with its high Prices have seen a drop in outstanding sales that have generated economic losses year after year.

It has been a filtered image of the technical sheet of the team that leaves virtually no detail to the imagination, although being a filtration cannot be taken for granted that all this is real, however, most agree with the rumors and leaks around the HTC U12 +.

The specifications of the equipment are the following:

  • 5-inch screen
  • Quad HD + resolution.
  • Fifth generation Corning Gorilla Glass.
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 845.
  • 8GB of RAM.
  • 128GB storage.
  • 12MP rear camera with f / 1.5 and Ultrapixel 4 technology.
  • 8MP front dual camera with HDR.
  • Edge Sense 2 Technology
  • IP68 certification.
  • High fidelity audio with 3D sound recording.
  • Fingerprint sensor
  • Fast charging with Qualcomm Quick Charge 4 technology.
  • Wireless charging system.
  • NFC chip

As we can see, it is a high-end equipment from start to finish, and there are practically only very few details to know, such as the battery amperage, Android version, and screen ratio, although everything points to it being an AMOLED panel with aspect ratio 18: 9.

Of course, Google has shown that you do not need two sensors to make incredible photographs, but if you’re going to pay more than $ 800 for a phone, you expect at least to have a telephoto or wide-angle sensor, which gives us more features when it comes to taking photos.

As I mentioned earlier, it is likely that some of the specifications will change, so it will be until the day of the presentation when we have all the official details of the new HTC U12 +.

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