HTC will make its glorious return to the world of smartphones after quite some time. With its mid-range mobile HTC Desire 22 Pro, the phone brand aims to set momentum with its release later in July. With the upcoming phone, here are things we know so far:
Body and Display
The phone is said to have a Hybrid Dual SIM slot and has IP67 dust and water protection. With that, the company claims that sit can survive a 1m submersion in water for 30 minutes. More to that, it is expected to weigh 205.5 g, something quite premium in the hands.
Moving on to the phone’s screen, HTC Desire 22 Pro will have an FHD+ 6.6″ IPS LCD with a 120Hz refresh rate. And the phone’s display has Corning Gorilla Glass for its protection.
This upcoming phone will come in two colors: Wave Gold and Starry Night Black.
Out of the box, this phone runs on Android 12. And it rocks Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G to power it up. It will also come with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of base storage. Like other mid-range devices, HTC Desire 22 Pro will also support an SD Card slot, if the internal storage is not enough for you.
Meanwhile, as for the battery capacity, the phone will have a 4520 mAh of Li-Po non-removable battery. As per the company, this is good enough to last you a day of regular usage. For its charging prowess, it supports fast charging up to 18W. More to that, it also supports wireless charging and has the feature of reverse charging as well.
At the back lies the triple-lens camera setup. It has a 64 MP main sensor, 5 MP depth sensor, and 13 MP for its ultrawide lens. Moving on to the front, it has a selfie camera with a 32 MP wide lens. Both the lens in front or at the back can take a video with a resolution of 1080p@30fps.
Have you missed the HTC brand? And now that it is ought to make a comeback, are you taking this upcoming phone into consideration? Let us know!
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