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

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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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