Today, a test page for the HTC U12 has confirmed the specs and renders of the phone which had been leaked just last week by the notorious leaker Evan Blass. The test page was only up for a very short time, but the gallery has been caught by twitter user Roland Quandt.
What we know now from this test page is that the U12 will indeed have an 18:9 screen with no notch, WQHD+ resolution, and will come with a price tag of $900 (CNY 5,888).
The display of the U12+ will sport a 6-inch Super LCD6 panel. The phone will use a Snapdragon 845 chipset and be powered by a 3,500 mAh battery.
While the test page may now be offline, we know from the previous leak that the dual camera will have a 12 MP Ultra Pixel sensor with an f/1.75 aperture along with a 16 MP telephoto shooter. The selfie cam will be 8 MP and stand behind an f/2.0 wide angle lens.
The official launch of the U12 will take place tomorrow.