HTC U12 Plus camera samples hint at its photographic prowess

The HTC U12 Plus (or simply HTC U12) is likely to be announced soon, so it's not surprising that photos apparently taken on the phone have leaked, but reveal a little more about the camera.

the shots, obtained by MobielKopen, are not so remarkable in themselves, although they seem quite detailed, but the EXIF ​​data of the images reveal that they were taken with apertures f / 2.6 and f / 1.8.

What is not clear is whether these openings come from two different lenses or a variable aperture lens, as seen on the Samsung Galaxy S9.

Two lenses are more likely, especially because other leaks point to the HTC U12 Plus having a double lens camera, but I had previously heard that there would be a 12MP lens and a 16MP lens, while all these images have a resolution of 12.2MP.

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This photo may have been taken on the HTC U12 Plus. Credit: MobielKopen

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Multiple cameras with multiple openings

By therefore, it is possible that the HTC U12 Plus has a 12MP camera with variable aperture, used to take these photos, as well as a second lens, which would put it more in line with the camera on the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. But for now we can not be sure.

The photos do not reveal anything else, but we have previously heard that the HTC U12 Plus could also have a double-lens front camera, so its photographic capabilities could be One way HTC aims for the phone to stand out.

We should know soon, since the current rumors point to an announcement sometime in May.

Via LetsGoDigital

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