Gone are the glorious old days of HTC releasing Android smartphones with unique industrial design. The company has shifted its focus to VR industry years ago leaving behind the phone business. Last year, we only go to see a handful of devices and one of them was not even developed by the company. That said, the brand may soon release a new handset called Desire 20 Pro whose design sketch has been leaked recently.
The HTC Desire 20 Pro design sketch leak comes from Evan Blass who is popularly known by his alias @evleaks on Twitter. He posted this leak on his Patreon as he no longer posts leaks on the social media platform.
HTC Desire 20 Pro Design Sketch LeakThe design sketch of HTC Desire 20 Pro reveals the phone to feature a display with a punch hole at the top left corner. The sketch also showcases the handset with zero bezels, which we think is just for illustration as the final product will most likely have noticeable bezels all around. The right side of the device will come with a textured power key and volume rockers above it. Whereas, the phone’s rear will house a quad-camera setup paired with an LED flash and a circular traditional capacitive fingerprint sensor at the top centre.
The back of the device will also feature HTC branding at the dead centre. Mr Blass also confirms the codename of the handset to be Bayamo but unfortunately, he did not say anything about the specs. However, according to a recent Geekbench listing, the device is somewhat confirmed to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 660, 6GB RAM, and Android 10.Based on the alleged specs and design leak, the HTC Desire 20 Pro will be a phone with a modern design but with specs from 2018.