Who will purchase the HTC U12 Plus? For those upgrading to a respectable HTC 10 or those looking for a better alternative to the smartphone tree with the iPhone / Samsung duopoly.
That person would like something interesting and alternative, a telephone that promises not to let his friends do anything and does it at a fair cost. The truth is, as long as the HTC does, it’s not a good thing.
It’s certainly more affordable: you can buy this Samsung GalaxyS9 Plus and iPhone X for £699/$799 / AUD1,199 off plan and SIM free.
There’s also plenty of power here: the U12 Plus basic model comes with 6 GB RAM in combination with Snapdragon 845 CPU and (at least) 64 GB onboard storage.
In addition to this, HTC created a “cold polished” production process of glass, that means curved edges with slimmer bezels on the screen and two colors on the back. All in all, yes, a rather attractive handset.
We didn’t even mention the excellent sound quality, both from the speaker and the bundled USonic high end headphones-there ‘s a lot of HTC fans here, and other people who like a quality mobile phone too.
The camera is finally a double-sensor on the two rear AND front of the handset, and a beautiful DxOMark, a certification system for the quality of the images, has been won.
However, despite all that, the phone is put together, but while HTC has developed a mobile phone with excellent elements and something really unique with its squeezing sides, something is still missing.