HTC today unveiled its 2018 flagship handset, the U12+. The phone is filled to the brim with almost every possible feature you can think of — barring the headphone jack.
HTC Phones: Models, Specs, Features, News, Apps & Reviews
Despite releasing a couple of impressive flagship smartphones over the last couple of years, HTC is in dire need of a success. The company has all but vanished from the smartphone market, though it keeps releasing a flagship smartphone to remind people of its existence. With Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S9 receiving a lukewarm response, there’s an opportunity for HTC here to bounce back in the market. And if the leaked specs of its upcoming handset are to be believed, HTC seems to have a very promising handset up its sleeve.
Today, HTC officially announced a pair of new smartphones that will add to the long-running Desire lineup.
At some point in the near future, HTC is going to launch its newest flagship smartphone. A new report aims to give us a look at what’s coming down the pipe.
Thanks to a new batch of information leaked out on Twitter, we’re getting a first look at an upcoming HTC-branded smartphone.
Earlier this month, Apple confirmed what many had long accused it of: the company is intentionally slowing down older iPhones due to the performance of their battery degrading. Since then, users have been wondering if other OEMs are also doing something similar with their phones. Ending the anxiety of their customers, Motorola and HTC have confirmed in a statement that they do not slow down their older phones like Apple.
As far as design and specs go, the HTC U11+, which HTC just announced today, was apparently going to be released under a very different brand.
Today, as expected, HTC officially announced its newest flagship smartphone, the U11+.
If you’re a fan of HTC and were hoping the company would have one more phone to announce this year, it looks like you may have something to look forward to.
HTC found a success in the U11 flagship smartphone, and the rumor mill has suggested for awhile now that the company could have a direct follow up heading down the pipe.