The Taiwanese tech company will launch their new flagship this month, the HTC U12+, and its price came out two weeks before the official unveiling.
And it’ll not be cheap. Two versions will be released. One with 64GB internal storage and one with 128GB internal storage. The first version will cost at least $21,900 Taiwanese dollars which means around €620 or $735. The 128GB will cost at least 23,900 Taiwanese dollars, which is about €675 or $800.
And we do have to keep in mind that these are the prices for the Taiwanese market, so in other countries, specially in Europe, the prices might be higher.
According to previous rumors, the phone will have a 5.99-inch screen with Quad HD + resolution (2880 × 1440 pixels). So it will have a tall 18:9 aspect ratio. The processor will be a Snapdragon 845, the best model from Qualcomm in 2018 and 6GB.
The photo component will consist of a 12MP+16MP dual camera at the back. The selfie camera will have an 8MP sensor.
At the same time, the HTC U12+ is expected to be shipped with Android 8.0 Oreo, HTC Face Unlock, will have single and dual-SIM versions, IP68 certification, which means it is water and dust resistant and will be powered by a 3.420mAh battery.