HTC Desire 20 Pro leaked photo reveals disappointingly dull design

HTC Desire 20 Pro leaked photo reveals disappointingly dull design
HTC confirmed yesterday that its next smartphone announcement is scheduled for June 16, but don't expect anything too exciting. For weeks that company made headlines with its mid-range smartphone, the Desire 20 Pro, a decent device but not a top-tier one.

If you've been following our news feed, then you already know what the phone looks like under the hood. Since a couple of our reports included a sketch of the phone's design, we also have a pretty good idea about what the Desire 20 Pro will look like on the outside.

If you're not convinced though about the sketch, we now have a real-life picture showing the front and back sides of the HTD Desire 20 Pro, courtesy to Evan Blass. There's absolutely nothing unusual or exciting about HTC's upcoming mid-range smartphone when it comes to looks.

If the Desire 20 Pro is the only phone to be revealed next week, it would probably be quite disappointing for those who still feel attached to the brand. Fortunately, things look a bit better hardware-wise, at least for a mid-range device.

From what we know so far, the HTC Desire 20 Pro will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor, coupled with 6GB RAM. We also know the smartphone will pack a quad-camera setup, a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, and a large display that supports a resolution of up to 1080 x 2340 pixels resolution.

Unsurprisingly, the smartphone will run Android 10 right out of the box. It remains to be seen how much it will cost and when exactly HTC plans to make it available on the market.

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