HTC is still in the smartphone game and is going to launch its first smartphone – HTC Desire 20 Pro of this year with Android 10. The Desire 20 Pro appeared i several certification websites left and right, revealing a lot of specifications on its way. This Desire 20 Pro will launch on June 16, and now this is not any rumored news but a official announcement from HTC’s Taiwanese website. The website revealed a banner image the side image of the smartphone along with the launch date.
The outline of the handset reveals a single left-aligned punch-hole for the selfie camera on the front, and an elongated camera island on the back, which is also on the left side. This will be HTC’s first smartphone with punch-hole cut out.
This HTC device appeared in the Console as well and revealed more about its specifications and design. The Desire 20 Pro will be powered by a Snapdragon 665 chipset with 6GB of RAM, a break from the low-end MediaTek chips that HTC used in many of its recent releases. Here’s a sad statistic – this will be HTC’s first phone to launch with Android 10. The only company it will have is U11 Life, which launched with 8.0 and recently got updated to 10.
The screen is said to have 1,080 x 2,340px resolution. So if we anticipate the display size will be of around 6.5”. It’s probably an LCD panel since there will be a fingerprint reader on the back.