HTC is working towards the launch of its latest device, the U12+ (when we did not even have a base U12) and that is supposed to be sometime in May. However, we have not seen what the device would look like. Basing their work on all of the leaks and speculations that we have had so far, a 3D artist has now created what is to be the HTC U12 at the time of launch.
From the renders, we can see that the smartphone is to come with the new bezel-less technology fad that is now ruling the market. While the front would be made of glass, the back also makes use of a glass build.
On that back can further be seen an arrangement of dual cameras alongside a fingerprint sensor. Just underneath the horizontal dual camera setup and above the fingerprint sensor is a single dual-tone LED flash to improve capturing in low light situations.
Finally, the renders provide the HTC U12+ in colour options of red, black and white, such as have been leaked previously.
What we cannot see from the renders are previous rumours linking the innards of this smartphone with such specs as the presence of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, a massive 6GB of RAM and a 128GB internal storage memory.
The cameras seen on the back will be sensors rated at 16MP and 2MP while the front carries a single 8MP shooter. The fingerprint sensor will not be the only security feature as it is set to be accompanied by facial recognition capability on the front.
To cap it all off, the HTC U12+ will be powered by a 3450mAh battery and run on the latest version of Android – the Oreo 8.