Even with a striking design and stellar performance, the HTC U12+ can't measure up to top Android phones.
Two big, beautiful Android smartphones go to battle as we compare the specs of the LG V35 ThinQ with the HTC U12 Plus, and try to pick a winner across several categories before crowning an overall champ.
You may think that buying a new smartphone is a straight choice between Android and iOS, but have you considered all the different types of Android out there? Manufacturers like to put their own spin on Google's mobile OS, with the results varying in ...
HTC made the U12 Plus official last week, but buried in the details of HTC’s latest flagship was an unfortunate catch: along with not having a headphone jack, the phone also won’t include a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter for using traditional wired headphones, as spotted by Android Police.
HTC has finally unveiled the new HTC U12 Plus, its latest and greatest flagship phone boasting some of the best specs you can find on a phone in 2018. But can it take down the Google Pixel 2 XL?
HTC has unveiled its latest smartphone as the Taiwanese firm tries to keep pace with the industry's giants.
It’s not only the notchless display that sets the new HTC U12+ apart from its Android rivals this year, with the phone-maker doubling down on its pressure-sensing sides. Dubbed Edge Sense 2, it’s an upgraded and expanded control system that takes into account not only how you’re squeezing the phone, but how you’re holding it too. Back when HTC debuted … Continue reading
HTC's newest phone is see-through and squeezable, and has some of the most futuristic features of any high-end smartphone
HTC's newest flagship phone is here. On Wednesday HTC unveiled the the U12+, a high-end Android smartphone aimed at the Samsungs and LGs of the world. The HTC U12+ is the only flagship phone HTC plans to release this year - there's no standard HTC U12. The "+" was likely added to denote the phone's place among other premier smartphones like the iPhone 8 Plus and the Google Pixel XL.
High-end Android phones tend to be set apart by fairly minor details. They usually get the same Qualcomm SoCs, similar amounts of memory and storage, and screens roughly the same size. HTC is hoping that the interface tweaks it baked into its latest U12+ flagship will help the handset stand out in a crowded market. The manufacturer designed the phone with pressure-sensitive buttons on the side instead of regular clickers. The U12+'s second biggest departure from the rest of the high-end phone crowd is the addition of a second camera on the front of the handset.
HTC has revealed its new 2018 flagship, the HTC U12+, and pre-orders for the Android smartphone are kicking off today. You won’t find the U12+ in carrier stores, mind you, with HTC opting instead to offer its new phone SIM-free and unlocked. Read on for what you need to know. U12+ pre-orders are open now In the US, HTC is … Continue reading
HTC's newest phone is see-through, squeezable, and has some of the most futuristic features of any high-end smartphone
On Wednesday, HTC unveiled the the U12+, a high-end Android smartphone aimed at the Samsungs and LGs of the world.