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HTC U12+ will reportedly cost higher, Translucent color coming back

10 May 2018 3

HTC is gearing up to announce their next flagship U12+ in last week of May. Today the well-known tipster Roland Quandt shared few more details regarding the upcoming flagship from Taiwanese giant. According to Quandt, the U12+ will retain the liquid glass surface and also the much liked Translucent color variant. Apart from the strikingly beautiful "Translucent" variant, the U12+ will be released in Red Rose, Black and Violet colors.

He also reiterated that U12+ will be featuring a 6.0-inches display panel with 2:1 aspect ratio. For the European customers, the device will have 64GB native storage. He further stated the device will be available in Single and Dual SIM variants. So far the HTC's flagships are slightly cheaper as opposed to Samsung and Apple flagships but the tipster hinted the device “won’t be cheap”. This certainly gives an idea that U12+ could be the most expensive flagship every announced by HTC. The U12+ launch is expected to be on May 23rd, So HTC fans won't have to wait longer for the official announcement as the launch is less than two weeks away.

Another well-known known credible HTC's specialist @LlabTooFeR shared the first wallpaper of the upcoming U12+, it's surely a treat for those who are waiting eagerly for the HTC's next flagship smartphone. Feel free to share your views regarding the Quandt's info regarding U12+ and the first wallpaper of the device in the comments section below. Stay tuned.

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HTC U12+ will reportedly cost higher, Translucent color coming back
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