HTC's entry-level Desire 12 specs revealed through leaked retail box
Last week, rumors about a possible Desire 12 smartphone from HTC started to surface, with speculators placing the model in the entry-level bracket. Seems like the rumors were true, as Android Authority already managed to get hold of a Desire 12 retail box, which displays the most impotant specs.
The Desire 12 will be powered by 64-bit quad-core MediaTek SoC (most likely the MT6739 model) coupled with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. Not bad at all for an entry-level. Screen-wise, the 5.5-inch display is limited to 720 x 1440 resolution, but that is to be expected for a budget solution. The camera setup integrates a 12 MP rear sensor able to record 1080p clips, and a 5 MP front sensor. Communications options include WiFi + Bluetooth and 4G LTE, while the model supports dual SIM nano sims and a microSD card. There also is the 2,730 mAh battery that should provide 10-14 hours of continuous use.
Curiously enough, the retail box does not reveal any renders or a schematic view of the device. Pricing and availability information is also unknown at this point, but HTC could reveal the Desire 12 at MWC 2018.