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HTC U12+ Plus Reviews (75%)

HTC U12+ Plus Reviews (75%) 1
75% Aggregate Rating From Professional Review Outlets.

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HTC U12+ Plus

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By CyberShark on 75

HTC is taking another stab at squeezable smartphones this year with its new flagship, the HTC U12+. Sporting a complete lack of physical buttons, dual cameras on the front and back, no notch and no 3.5mm headphone jack, the HTC U12+ definitely seems like a…

By pickr.com.au on 80

For the HTC u12+ It’s not easy making a flagship phone this year, and there’s a really good reason: for it to gain market acceptance, it needs to be pretty special.The iPhone is the iPhone, and Samsung is Samsung, but for everyone else, the focus needs to be on innovation and the HTC u12+…

By Gadget Guy Australia on 82

The HTC U12 Plus (U12+) is the latest in a long line of great flagship phones made by Taiwanese HTC. Its pedigree goes way back to 1997. It has been there since the beginnings of smartphones.I say that because I expect more from HTC having owned…

By Channel News Australia on 69

Taiwanese-based HTC has sought to defy market critics, with the release of its “biggest, boldest” smartphone yet – the U12 Plus (A$1,199). It’s been a tough time for this ‘brand of old’, with revenues slumping 46% year-on-year, and over half its…

By PCWorld on 60

The HTC U12+ has the price and specs of a flagship phones, but its awful buttons and bloated UI are a deal-breaker.

By MobilePhones on 94

Build QualityPhone Set UpFeaturesCamera & VideoBattery LifeOur HTC U12+ review reveals the latest innovations from HTC. These include Squeeze actions and a new Quad Camera, along with so much more. If you have been searching for the ultimate…

By TechRadar on 70

While we thoroughly applaud HTC for trying to be innovative with this handset, in a smartphone world that sorely needs differentiation, it doesn’t mean that we have to like what’s on show. In the same way that we don’t need our phones to be able to also…

By Engadget on 65

There’s no real reason to choose the HTC U12+ over any other 2018 Android flagship. Sure, it has a good camera, a big, beautiful display and is appropriately priced, but there are too many viable alternatives. What’s more, the day-to-day user experience…

By CNET Australia on 70

While the HTC U12 Plus is one of the most unusual phones you can buy, it lacks the refinement to truly compete against Samsung, LG and…

By mashable.com on 35

The HTC U12+ is a very capable flagship Android phone with a premium design, great cameras, and 2018 performance, but it’s dragged down by crummy pressure-sensitive buttons and gimmicky Edge Sense 2…

By techguide.com.au on 80

HTC can certainly hold its own against the other brands with the U12+ thanks to its many unique features and thoughtful design.Related PostsLG G7 ThinQ smartphone review – a worthy contender in the flagship device categoryOppo Find X smartphone review –…

By MobileSyrup on 80

The phone feels great in the hand and the new buttons are unique. The dual camera setup takes stellar pictures and the phone is such a…

By Tom’s Guide on 60

The U12+ reaches for a high bar with excellent cameras, powerful performance and beautiful design, but falls short where it matters for many potential buyers with frustrating buttons, underwhelming battery life and a duller-than-average display. The…

By AndroidCentral on 40

HTC’s new high-end offering is speedy, with impressive glass-backed designs and very capable cameras, but it’s undone by a busted digital button setup.

By TechAdvisor on 50

The HTC U12 Plus simply isn’t good enough – even for HTC die-hards, we fear. Cameras and hardware design aside, we are so disappointed in this phone. Erratic battery life, aging software design and terrible pressure sensitive buttons mar the experience from the moment you turn it on.

By TrustedReviews on 60

A great camera – but, sadly, not much else to get excited about.

By What Hi Fi? on 80

The U12+ won’t rock the smartphone world, but its ‘squeezable’ features and decent camera are worth a punt.

By The Verge on 60

It’s a tough task to review an HTC phone in 2018. Am I supposed to treat this company, whose phone design team was recently gutted by Google’s acquisitive forces, as a sustainable and continuing business? How exactly do I factor in the non-zero…

By Phone Scoop on 60

HTC’s 2018 flagship, the U12+, tosses a solid set of features into an attractive, if large, piece of hardware. It also offers a few unique functions that make it stand out from the crowd of super slabs. This unlocked device runs well on AT&T, T-Mobile,…

By Digital Trends on 50

No. The HTC U12 Plus is a good phone, but we can’t recommend it until HTC delivers a software fix for the digital buttons.Updated on July 9: The HTC U12 Plus is available for purchase…

By Expert Reviews on 80

The problem is it’s squeezed by the vastly cheaper OnePlus 6 on one side, and the superior but only slightly more expensive Samsung Galaxy S9 on the other. Had it arrived six months ago, it might have been a showstopper. As it is, the HTC U12+ is good but not quite good enough.

By zdnet.com on 74

Given that there will be a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Pixel 3 XL likely coming in the next few months, I can’t justify paying $800 for the HTC U12 Plus at this time and am tired of my phone annoying me like some insolent child.

By Phone Arena on 75

The HTC U12+ is an intriguing device with a very cool paintjob. Seeing that screen come to life with vibrancy and detail is quite pleasing. Then we have the fun stuff, specifically Edge Sense, which also turns out to be pretty versatile and useful.

By Stuff on 80

The HTC U12+ was a chance for HTC to tell us what its vision of Android is. What did we get? Pressure sensing quirks that don’t necessarily seem much better than what we had before. Add just passable battery life and the HTC U12+ doesn’t get close to rivalling the Galaxy S9 or, more importantly, the cheaper OnePlus 6. However if you like HTC’s style, a great camera, loads of power and high-quality build still make it a solid choice.

By Wired UK on 80

When it comes to its price rivals such as the LG G7 ThinQ, or the slightly more expensive Huawei P20, it trades out evenly in terms of the pros and cons, but the quality of the handset itself makes it feel much more luxurious, like it’s aiming for the top of the pyramid rather than the middle. Parts of the package might be unintuitive to some, but what is here will be on the whole quite useful and welcome functionality for the majority of users.

By Alphr on 80

The HTC U12 Plus is a highly competent flagship phone. It has the specifications to rival the very best around and, in its Flare Red and translucent blue colours, a unique look, too. It’s a better phone than the Sony Xperia XZ2 and, at £699, it is cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Huawei P20 Pro as well.

By NotebookCheck on 89

Future+. If we had to narrow down HTC to a single quality it would be innovative, and the HTC U12+ definitely fits that bill as well and is full to the brim with the latest technology. Let’s find out whether or not it is as futuristic as it seems at…

By dxomark.com on 100

With improving technologies pushing the possibilities of smartphone photography forward, and mid-range devices offering very capable results, there’s pressure on manufacturers to keep their flagship devices at the top. With a new flagship in the shape…

By TopNewReview on 70

There are a few features from its predecessor, the U11+, that have been furthered with HTC’s current flagship, and some of these we’d rather wish they hadn’t.Unfortunately, the company has decided to double down on its Edge Sense technology (AKA…

By amanz.my on 85

Di atas kertas HTC U12+ mempunyai spesifikasi yang mampu menandingi kebanyakan peranti mercu di pasaran sekarang. Dalam penggunaan harian ia amat lancar digunakan dan tiada masalah menjalankan kesemua aplikasi yang digunakan. Tetapi masalah mula…

By goodhousekeeping.co.uk on 88

The HTC U12+ is an amazing phone that does its best to stand out from the crowd. It’s fast at opening apps and its camera takes some amazing pictures, but its less than impressive battery life let it down slightly.Overall Score: 88/100RATINGS:Ease of…

By PCWorld New Zealand on 65

In fact, if anything, the one fatal flaw lurking within the pitch for the U12+ is the price.At $1199, it’s about a hundred dollars more expensive than the other Android brands but about a hundred dollars cheaper than Samsung’s S9 and S9+. And for that…

International Review By Netzwelt on 82

Im folgenden Vergleichstest dreht sich alles um das HTC U12+, das Samsung Galaxy S8 und S8 Plus. Wir vergleichen für euch die drei Geräte und klären die Frage, ob es sich lohnt zum neueren HTC-Modell oder zu einem der ehemaligen Top-Smartphones von…

International Review By Netzwelt on 82

Das HTC U12+, das Galaxy S9 oder doch lieber das Galaxy S9 Plus? In diesem Vergleichstest stellen wir für euch die drei Smartphones gegenüber und zeigen euch, bei welchem Modell sich ein Kauf lohnt. Wir vergleichen unsere Produkttests und die…

International Review By nextgentech.it on 80

Se le vendite dell’ultimo periodo mettono in mostra un calo per HTC, dal punto di vista hardware non posso certo dire che l’azienda abbia qualcosa da invidiare ai competitor. U12+ è un top di gamma completo e senza compromessi che, anzi, rispetto a…

International Review By Netzwelt on 82

Steht ihr vor der Entscheidung, ob das HTC U12+ oder das Huawei P20 Pro euer nächstes Smartphone sein soll, dann kann euch dieser Vergleichstest auf die Sprünge helfen. Welches Gerät bietet mehr fürs Geld? Netzwelt klärt euch auf. Sowohl für das HTC…

International Review By connect.de on 81

connect Testurteil: gut (405 von 500 Punkten)81,0%AnzeigeUnter Druck das Richtige tun. Vor dieser Herausforderung steht derzeit der taiwanesische Markenhersteller HTC, der mit ambitionierten Smartphones wie dem U12 Plus nur zu gerne in die Erfolgsspur…

International Review By Netzwelt on 82

Wer beim Kauf eines neuen Smartphones zwischen dem HTC U12+ und dem LG G6 schwankt, ist an dieser Stelle genau richtig. In diesem Artikel vergleichen wir die beiden Smartphones und zeigen die größten Unterschiede auf. Welches Smartphone ist die bessere…

International Review By mobilegeeks.de on 81

Die Dual-Hauptkamera des U12+ bieten in den meisten Fällen einiges an Detailreichtum und kräftige Farben. Wer sich das Smartphone wegen der Kamera kaufen möchte, wird also nicht enttäuscht sein.Die einzigen Kritikpunkte sind der Porträt-Modus, der…

International Review By Netzwelt on 82

Für welches Smartphone solltet ihr euch entscheiden: das HTC U12+ oder das OnePlus 6? Netzwelt vergleicht die beiden Geräte und gibt euch eine Kaufempfehlung. Während ihr das OnePlus 6 bereits ab 520 Euro kaufen könnt, werden für das HTC U12+ aktuell…

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