HTC will remember 2009 forever. This is the year when the Taiwanese manufacturer outrun all of its rivals and became the world’s number one smartphone maker. But its happiness didn’t last long. After 6 months, this company began losing its position and couldn’t win it back ever. Since then, all indicators of the manufacturer is going down. Every time when it announces its financial results, we hope the company will make a decision to stop making phones. But every time we are disappointed. Today is no exception. Moreover, earlier today, the company issued a statement that caused a lot of stir. It turns out HTC is still manufacturing smartphones. Its first smartphone running Android 10 is about to be released. The phone is called the HTC Desire 20 Pro.

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The poster of the HTC community shows that this phone will be officially released on June 16.

HTC Desire 20 Pro

As can be seen from the outline of the smartphone in the poster, there is a hole in the upper left corner of the front. Of course, it will host the selfie shooter. As for the main camera, the camera module is placed in the upper left corner of the back.

According to the sketch of the previously leaked smartphone, there is a fingerprint sensor and four cameras on the back of the machine.

HTC Desire 20 Pro

This will be an ordinary mid-range machine, just like other Desires series before. According to the results of the benchmark list, the HTC Desire 20 Pro is likely to be equipped with Snapdragon 660 or 665 SoC. The latter should be supplemented with 6GB of memory. And it is also rumored to retain a 3.5mm headphone jack. As for the screen, it is expected to be a 6.5-inch LCD with a resolution of FHD+.

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