It is sad to watch HTC continue to sink into oblivion after having a huge amount of layoffs in 2018 and poor sales results. Most of the design solutions were sold to Google, and the Taiwanese company ended up with worse results last year. And this despite offering a very niche HTC Exodus 1 model and a cheaper 1s variant last year. We also got a somewhat unusual Android device called the HTC 5G Hub, which acts as a hotspot for the 5G mobile network. Two mid-priced Android HTC U19e and Desire 19+ have also been released in Taiwan, but have not received much attention from mobile users.
At the beginning of 2020, however, give HTC the best of luck trying to create a Desire 20 Pro smartphone. According to online rumors, the novelty is expected to come with a high-quality slim-screen display modeled on smartphones like the OnePlus 8 and Xiaomi Mi 10. In addition, more digital cameras are available to capture stills and music lovers even 3.5mm jack for classic wired headphones available.
The HTC Desire 20 Pro is actually in the higher end of the price range, though it does come with a slightly outdated Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor. A further six gigabytes of system memory is expected to be available here, and Android 10 mobile operating system with a custom GUI is installed on the built-in memory. HTC's Desire 20 Pro smartphone is expected to be known before the summer begins.