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Last year HTC won back mindshare with its flagship U11 phone, the elegance and appealing imaging and video of which made it an attractive alternative to big-spending rivals.
U11+ - Months - One-off - U12+ - HTC
An even stronger U11+ a few months later proved that this was no one-off. But with the U12+, HTC has, like Liverpool's Loris Karius, committed two quite inexplicable unforced errors.
Here's the problem. These flaws are not minor – they significantly affect the phone's usability. They do so to such an extent, in fact, that they cast a shadow over the phone's many strong points. But we cannot recommend the phone to anyone given its current state.
HTC - Switch - Buttons - Knobs - Feedback
How so? Firstly, the HTC replaced the traditional mechanical switch buttons with rigid, touch-sensitive knobs that provide haptic feedback, instead of the traditional click. Secondly, the HTC U12+ supports extra gestures to touch sensitive strips on the side of the phone, a more ambitious implementation of the squeeze gesture UI HTC calls Edge...
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