HTC new machine released, equipped with Snapdragon 720G + rear four cameras

Although the mobile phone business does not have to be before, HTC is still actively releasing new models. In June this year, HTC released a smartphone with a model of Desire 20+, which was only launched in Europe in August this year. Recently, HTC has released a new model called HTC Desire 20 Pro Plus.

Desire 20 Pro Plus uses a water drop design on the front and a matrix four-camera combination on the back. The screen is made of 6.5-inch IPS material with a resolution of 1600*720, the body thickness reaches 9mm, and it weighs about 203g. The front camera of this phone is 16 million pixels, and the rear camera is 48 million pixels main camera + 5 million pixels 115° super wide angle + 2 million pixels macro + 5 million pixels depth of field. The rear lens of Desire 20 Pro Plus also uses a dual LED flash design, supporting HDR, AI scene detection, time-lapse photography, and 4K video shooting.

In terms of core configuration, Desire 20 Pro Plus is equipped with a Snapdragon 720G processor with a battery capacity of up to 5000mAh. The machine runs Android 10 system, supports dual SIM cards, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFC functions, uses Type-C port for charging, and retains a 3.5mm headphone jack.

In terms of price, the current price of this phone in Taiwan is NT$8,490 (approximately RMB 1980). As a mainland consumer, judging from the configuration of Desire 20 Pro Plus, the price close to 2,000 yuan (USD $286) is certainly not too affordable, but it is still competitive in overseas where electronic products are generally expensive.