HTC is already struggling to find someplace in today’s market, even it is reeling under bad financial conditions. The Taiwanese giant seems to have pulled down its latest flagship HTC U12+ from the Chinese store. Not only on the official self-operated online store, even from the Tmall it has been taken down. HTC’s official Chinese website is showing HTC U 11 and U11+ as in stock while its successor has been labelled as “out of stock”. Currently, the reason is unknown and we are expecting an official response from the HTC side on the whole scenario.
Well, it can be some technical glitch or some other problem due to which HTC might be unable to cater HTC U12+ to buyers. Although we can only speculate right now, we have to wait for the official response from the HTC side.
Additionally, HTC U12+ carries Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 on board with 6GB LPDDR4X RAM coupled with 128GB UFS 2.1 storage. It is IP68 waterproof and dustproof with built-in 3500 mAh battery. In order to charge this huge battery module, HTC has added a fast charging QC 3.0 with the rear fingerprint sensor. It even supports facial recognition and other authentication methods.
In the camera section, HTC U12+ hosts a 12 megapixel + 16-megapixel dual rear camera. Out of these dual shooters, there’s a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera along with the 16-megapixel telephoto lens.
HTC U12+ is also known for its intuitive UI which is based on Edge Sense 2.0. It carries a variety of gestures and other useful features which makes it different from other UIs. Even though its Edge launcher offers a lot of impressive features. It carries smart sleep, smart steering and other grip gestures.
Although, despite these powerful features, it’s unknown why the Taiwanese giant has pulled down the HTC U12 from their official online stores in China.