HTC is better known today for its fine line of Vive virtual reality headsets, but the company used to compete with Samsung for dominance on the smartphone market during the early years. However, a series of uninspired choices led to the decline of the mobile division in recent years.
The company is still confident in its products, and a revival has been planned for 2020, with two new smartphones being released for the Taiwanese market. If they sell well, HTC could return to the international market in the future.
HTC U20 5G packs a generous screen
One of the most interesting traits of the HTC U20 5G is the generous screen that can be found on the front. The 6.8-inch panel is quite large, coming with three thin bezels a slightly noticeable screen. A punch-hole camera will be present on the upper-left side of the panel.
The hardware specifications are great for a mid-range device with support for 5G. A Qualcomm-Snapdragon 765 SoC will power the device, accompanied by 8GB of RAM and 256GB of built-in storage space. A quad-camera setup with a 48MP main sensor is present on the rear.
HTC Desire 20 Pro is stylish
The HTC Desire 20 Pro may lack 5G, but it comes with a strong identity thanks to a great design, with the carbon fiber-like pattern on the rear being a great touch. The display is also well proportioned, but a small chin is once again visible on the lower side.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 665 is present on the inside and able to handle tasks with ease. Those who love to use wired headphones will love the fact that the 3.5mm jack is present. Fans of photography will enjoy the same camera array that can be found on the U20 5G.
The prices aren’t available at this point, but they should be revealed soon. It is expected that the HTC Desire 20 Pro will be the first to reach other markets.