HTC Desire 12, 12+ boast big displays and dual cameras


Now, in terms of specs, these two phones are quite different, let's start with the HTC Desire 12, shall we. Like most of the mid-tier smartphones, the HTC Desire 12+ has a rear-facing fingerprint sensor. The Desire 12 and the Desire 12+, are in fact, the cheapest HTC phones to ship with a near bezel-less design and an unusual aspect ratio of 18:9.

Displays on both of these devices sports slightly rounded corners, while physical keys are located on the right-hand side of both devices.

On the inside, the HTC U12 packs a MediaTek MT6739 chip paired with 2GB or 3GB RAM and 16GB or 32GB storage, expandable via microSD. HTC Desire 12+ comes with 6-inch HD+ display with 18:9 aspect ratio and 2.5D curved glass. The HTC Desire will be available in variants with both a single (nano) SIM, and a dual (nano) SIM cards.

Battery-wise, the smaller phone is packing a 2,730mAh cell, with the larger unit getting a slight bump to a 2,956mAh power pack. The device doesn't have a dual camera system, just a 13 megapixel main shooter with a 5 megapixel camera on the front.

Color choices for the Desire 12 are Black and Silver and the pricing sits between €185 and €199.

HTC is staying quiet on some important details, like available colors (which do include a insane good-looking gold), regions the phones will be sold in, their prices, or even a launch date, but we do know a few more specs.

Elsewhere, the unremarkable smartphone duo offer 2,730mAH and 2,956mAh batteries, respectively, along with the usual collection of sensors and connections, including support for Cat 4 LTE, a 3.5mm headphone jack a microUSB charging port.

Both the devices will be up for pre-orders next month.



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