Nokia McLaren 2018 vs HTC U12 Plus: massive 8GB RAM, 4500mAh battery!

The battle between Nokia McLaren 2018 vs HTC U12 Plus is about to happen with one of them sporting massive 8GB RAM and 4500mAh battery box. Scroll down to figure out the winner!

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Nokia McLaren 2018 vs HTC U12 Plus specs

HMD Global is about to introduce the next flagship, Nokia McLaren 2018. Meanwhile, HTC U12 Plus is the successor of the popular U11 handset. Besides, HTC U12 Plus specs sport a 6-inch LCD touchscreen with the lower resolution of 1440 x 2880 pixels. Furthermore, Nokia McLaren 2018 Edition specs include a 5.8-inch Full HD with 4K resolution (2160 x 3440 pixels) and wins this round for better screen resolutions.

Under the hood, both Nokia McLaren 2018 and the HTC U12 Plus handsets take power from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. Additionally, Nokia McLaren 2018 comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB/256GB ROM (expand up to 512GB ROM). On the other hand, HTC U12 Plus includes 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage (expandable up to 400GB). Since both runs on Android Oreo 8.0, Nokia handset is ahead thanks to the bigger room.

HTC U12 Plus

Whereas, Nokia McLaren 2018 Edition battery packs a non-removable Li-Ion 4500mAh power box. Besides, HTC U12 Plus uses a smaller non-removable Li-Ion 3930mAh battery. Concerning the optics, Nokia McLaren 2018 Edition 2018 camera bears a dual 16MP sensor on the rear (f/1.8). Meanwhile, this Nokia beast also comes with a 20MP shooter up-front. On the contrary, HTC U12 Plus camera packs dual 16MP+12MP lenses and a dual 8MP + 8MP selfie sensors. As a result, Nokia device has dominated the battle today with the stunning camera at last.

Nokia McLaren 2018 vs HTC U12 Plus release date

Nokia McLaren 2018 release date falls around July 2018 while HTC U12 Plus release date falls in the second half of 2018. As for the cost, Nokia McLaren 2018 price starts at $700 ~ Rs. 44,837, and HTC U12 Plus price tag falls around $969 ~ Rs. 62, 999. Nokia device comes with the better price and stunning specs. How do you feel about the two devices? Let us know!