Important features of the device include a dual rear camera setup with 16 MP and 5 MP shooters, 6 inch screen, 64 GB of storage, and the Snapdragon 636 chipset. The phone, as stated before, does not lend any high end feel to the user, and one can instantly tell the difference between the U12 life, and for instance, the OnePlus 5.
The design at the back does a decent job of salvaging the look and feel of the phone, but we just cannot ignore the fact that the glass feels like plastic.
So, should you buy this phone? Only if you want a brand which has been long lost in the depths of the smartphone market, and you want no notch. Even if the latter is true, you could be looking at better options in a similar price range or lower.