Ten pictures of what is supposedly the HTC U12+ have surfaced on a Facebook fan page, affirming a lot of what previous renders have revealed.

HTC Taiwan News did not adorn the pictures with much comment, but it does feature two dual-camera systems front and back, a liquid surface finish, the lack of a headphone jack and minuscule speakers — one at the bottom and one above the display. Screenshots of the phone booting up show that the phone does run Android — in case you doubted that it didn’t — and a rather impressive display that crams side bezels down to the edge. And while there’s a decent top bezel, notch haters can rest assured that there isn’t a notch.

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Specs have not been mentioned here, though you can check this post out for more. If you’re wondering about that tall drink of water, the display reportedly spans just about 6 inches and has a resolution of 2880 x 1440.

The phone, said to be the only flagship from HTC this year, is reportedly set to launch in the early part of May and start from $850.

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