HTC U12+ size comparison vs the flagship competition
The HTC U12+, the Taiwan-based company's latest attempt at grabbing is own chunk of the Android market, has just been unveiled with a plethora of neat features on deck. At first sight, the phone will likely captivate you with two of its noteworthy color options, the Translucent Blue and Flamed Red ones which are a breath of fresh air and spice things up, but appearance alone is hardly the single strength of the handset.
In terms of size, HTC has decided not to blindly follow the notch trend and has instead opted for a more traditional display form factor. The phone itself is also quite well-packed as far as features go, including a not-too-shabby 3,500mAh battery, a total of four cameras, promises for great sound, and last but not least, hardware that packs a mean punch.
How does this abundance of features translate to the overall footprint of the phone, however? Measuring up at 156.6 x 73.9 x 8.7-9.7mm and 188gr, the device is not exactly a featherweight, and here's how it compares against the competition: