Are you looking forward to the launch of HTC's newest flagship? Blass followed up by tweeting the HTC U12+'s spec sheet, outlining nearly every detail about the upcoming device. As rumors have suggested, the U12+ will have minimized bezels up front, and there doesn't appear to be a notch, either. Evan Blass on Twitter has now shared press images of the phone, later posting the full specifications in a reply. That squares with previous leaks.
The device which has been developed by the HTC R&D team who did not defect to Google will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor with 6GB of RAM. The storage variants mentioned by the source include 64GB and 128GB, which are tipped to be able to support microSD cards up to 2TB. The renders show a phone with a dual-camera setup on the rear above a rear mounted fingerprint sensor, with volume rocker and power buttons on the right hand side of the phone. That will allow the U12+ to offer a 2x optical zoom.
There are plenty of other typical HTC features in the leak, like BoomSound, Hi-Fi audio, and a focus on great camera and video quality. It looks much more customizable than what we saw on last year's crop of HTC's phones, which means they're not ready to drop the feature just yet.
The front-facing shooter will have 8MP sensor and an F/2.0 wide-angle lens.
By complete, we mean a insane detailed, seemingly official three-page spec sheet, which was supposed to be kept under embargo until May 23. That's something we're hoping to hear on May 23, when HTC officially reveals its new phone.