The 6" HTC U12 plus with four cameras and no physical buttons.
The new phone comes with four cameras. Two on the front (both 8-megapixel) and two on the rear (12 and 16-megapixel). The U12 plus' camera has features like phase detection and laser autofocus, along with optical zoom of up to 2x and digital zoom up to 10x. Both pairs enable Bokeh mode, which adds an artistic blurry background to portraits you take. You can adjust the focus point before or after you take a picture and edit the amount of blur.
There is an additional feature called the Sonic Zoom which lets you zoom in on a particular sound or voice in the scene. Audio Boost amplifies all the voices and sounds to the max without zooming in the video.
In place of mechanical buttons, the HTC U12 plus makes use of digital (touch sensitive) ones. You can set different functions for when you squeeze the phone. You can squeeze short, squeeze long or squeeze and hold. Each squeeze is customizable and triggers a different action. You can also double-tap each side of the phone. This puts the phone into one-handed mode by default (customisable). The U12 plus can even identify which hand you're holding it with and offset the display accordingly.