HTC 2019 started with a right foot, with surprising growth during the second quarter of that year. However, the good news didn't last long when the company returned to get out at the end of the lesson. In 2020, the Taiwanese manufacturer attempted to reduce its losses through further layoffs, but, according to the leak, it turns out the company could leap out of compliance introduction of mobile to middle grade.
A new leak from a Twitter account @LlabTooFeR suggests that HTC is planning to introduce a new smartphone this year, especially the Desire 20 Pro that is, depending on the design, mixing between OnePlus 8 and Xiaomi Mi 10. Leaks that didn't provide concrete details about this new product from an Asian company, are simply forward
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For its part, the Mi 10 borrows the configuration and configuration of its many cameras in the background. However, fans of the genre and those excited about the HTC launch will not see the arrival of the new flagship, but rather the mid-range smartphone. The Desire 20 Pro, according to rumors, may have a processor inside Qualcomm Snapdragon 660, which would be compatible with 6 GB of RAM, and will come with Android 10 as an app.
The HTC Desire 20 Pro is a mid-range version that will be arriving this year
I thought HTC was dead… But the HTC Desire 20 Pro is in the pipeline … The design is kind of a mix of the One Plus 8 on the front and the Mi10 on the back … Yes, the 3.5mm audio jack is available, lol😅
– LlabTooFeR (@LlabTooFeR) April 25, 2020
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At present much is unknown the arrival details of the Desire 20 Pro, as your startup window. However, the same source confirmed that the Bayamo device code. Being a medium-sized warehouse, the company is expected to hold a major event to announce its new system, which will hit the market this year and without making too much noise.
The Taiwanese product was one of the pioneers Betting on Google's operating system