HTC today officially launched a new generation of flagship model HTC Desire 21 Pro, which is also the first 5G smartphone in the Desire series.
The machine is equipped with the Snapdragon 690 chip. It also uses a 6.7-inch centered hole-punch screen, which has a FHD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. The display also supports HDR10. In its turns, the SoC inside is supplemented by an 8GB memory and a 128GB body storage. The phone runs Android 10 system.
In other aspects, the HTC Desire 21 Pro uses a front 16MP lens, and the rear has a combination of 48MP main camera + 8MP ultra wide angle + 2MP macro + 2MP depth of field four lenses.
In addition, the machine has a built-in 5000mAh battery, which supports 18W fast charging. It uses a side fingerprint recognition solution. The final retail price is NT$1,1990 (approximately $428), and it will be sent with a Macaron true wireless Bluetooth headset.
In fact, prior to this, we have seen this handset in spy photos. Even that time, we know what a configuration it will come with. And though not all features were known, we knew the phone will sport an IPS LCD panel with a hole-pinch design, a quad-camera with a 48MP main lens and a side button integrating the fingerprint recognition function. Now, when looking at the final specs list, we understand that all leaks were true.
Generally talking, HTC has almost withdrawn from the smartphone market. And though we and many like us don’t understand why this company continues making phones, it does.