In a surprising bit of news, it turns Taiwan-based HTC is still manufacturing smartphones. The company is all set to launch its smartphone running Android 10, and it’s apparently going to be called the HTC Desire 20 Pro.
The official poster from the Chinese HTC community shows that this phone will be officially released on June 16. As can be seen from the outline of the mobile phone in the poster, there is a hole in the upper left corner of the front for the selfie camera, and a rear camera module in the upper left corner of the back.
According to the schematic renders of the Desire 20 Pro that we’d seen earlier, there is also going to be a fingerprint sensor on the back of the machine, as well as what appears to be a quad-camera setup.
Considering it’s a desire device, it’ll probably be a mid-range device. According to benchmarks, the Desire 20 Pro will probably have a Snapdragon 660 or 665 SoC paired with 6GB RAM, and it will retain the 3.5mm headphone jack. It’s also going to have 6.5-inch LCD with a resolution of FHD+, though there aren’t any other details for now.