HTC could steal the smartphone show next year with their next-gen U12 handset, something that should boast some powerful internals but a beautiful 4K display.
According to a new report from DigiTimes, HTC is going to be releasing less smartphones next year, so that they can stop losing money quarter after quarter. HTC is expected to also unveil a cutdown variant of their U11+ smartphone, but we don't know what else to expect other than the cut-down U11+ and the flagship U12.
Speaking of the HTC U12, we should expect the company to tap Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 845 processor, joined by a 4K display and even a beautiful 18:9 aspect ratio panel that would see the display rock a resolution of 4320 x 2160, versus 3840 x 2160.
DigiTimes' sources also tease HTC could upgrade the camera setup to a dual-camera rig, something that would bring HTC up to speed with Samsung and their current flagship Galaxy Note 8, but the refreshed Galaxy S9+ is rumored to rock a dual-camera setup as well.
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