While HTC has been struggling with low sales for the past few years, which hasn’t dampened its spirit, the company is geared to launch new smartphones in the market. According to a new render, the smartphone to be launched, HTC U12, will feature full screen display and will be doing away with the 3.5-mm headphone jack, an accompaniment of the smartphones recently launched by HTC.
SuggestPhone in a recent render said that HTC’s flagship smartphone namely HTC U12 will have a full screen display along with a likely ratio of 18:9. It was previously rumored that the smartphone will have a 4k display and will be powered by newly launched Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor.
According to the render image, the smartphone sports a single front camera sensor, with no visible signs of fingerprint sensor. This possibly suggests that the handset might have a finger print sensor on the rear end. However, SuggestPhone also stated that it is likely that HTC will do away with fingerprint sensors, giving way to iris scanner in its place.
The lock button and the volume rockers are visible on the left. The charging port is located at the bottom and might not have the trade mark 3.5-mm headphone jack, which was found in all the recent HTC phones.
It is also rumored that the smartphone is likely to have a dual camera on its rear, as has been the trend in all the leading smartphones in the market off late.
It has been earlier reported that HTC would be restricting the number of phone launches in 2018 and concentrate more on R&D and strengthening its marketing to stabilize the company’s financial position. It is also said that company may come out with a cheaper version of HTC U11+ later in 2018. The HTC U11 Life is being updated for Android 8.0 Oreo.