Verizon has a platform called Open Development for encouraging the development of new products, apps, and services beyond the company portfolio. Along with the design & build part, there is also a Showcase part where many devices, licensed to work with the Verizon network, are listed.
According to a listing of the HTC U12, the phone will have Super WQHD LCD with 6 diagonal. It also reveals the battery capacity of 3,500 mAh and Android Oreo.
For obvious reasons the Verizon Open Development listing has used the image of the year-old HTC U11 instead. The U12 is said to arrive with Frame less Display, meaning we might see a tall screen. Earlier case renders revealed a tiny forehead and chin and practically nothing on the sides, similar to what Samsung introduced with the Galaxy S8 last year.
HTC U12+ leaked live images from earlier this month
The listing also says LTE Cat.12 which is contradicting with previous rumors of Snapdragon 845. The latest high-end Qualcomm chipset supports Category 18 download and Category 13 upload with up to 1.2 Gbps speeds. There is a possibility the Verizon version of the phone might limited for some reason or that this is just a typo.