We already know that HTC is working on the successor of HTC U11. The HTC U12 has been spotted online previously revealing few details about the upcoming smartphone. Reports suggest that HTC’s 2018-flagship will keep up with the industry standards and feature a full-screen display with bezel-less design and dual-camera setup at the rear. Now, a new render has popped online revealing that the HTC U12 will come with a full-screen display.
The render first spotted by SuggestPhone indicates that the smartphone will feature a fullscreen display, with a possible aspect ratio of 18:9. Reports in the past say that HTC U12 might come with a 4K resolution display. The image also reveals that there is a single front-facing camera with no front fingerprint scanner, hence suggesting that it might be placed at the back.
The report further claims that HTC could also ditch the fingerprint sensor in favor of an iris scanner. The volume rocker and the lock button are on the left of the device, while the charging port is at the bottom. The smartphone is also said to feature an all-glass body.
Earlier rumors suggest that the smartphone will be powered by the recently launched Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset under the hood. The USP of the smartphone is also said to be its dual-camera setup. Here, it is worth noting that HTC will launch a smartphone with dual-camera setup after HTC One M8 flagship, which was launched back in 2014.