However, if HTC chooses to use the MediaTek 5G chipset to pull out a mid-budget phone, the device can also be released with the Snapdragon 765. HTC has confirmed that it will release its first new phone of 2020 on June 16. As XDA observed, the company is nowhere near its heyday and hasn't released a top-end device since the U12+ in 2018. Let’s take a look at the specs of both handsets in more detail…. Yesterday, Google has announced a new AR app, The Mandalorian in partnership with Disney and Lucasfilm for 5G Pixel and other 5G Android phones. But claims have already been made about the features of this mysterious phone. One of them, of course, was the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. It is claimed that while the company is expected to work closely with Qualcomm, nothing else is known about the phone beyond the device supports 5G. Somag News is an online international news platform that founded in 2019 with a dynamic news team.Our news team includes reporters that has a speciality in different fields from each other. eval(ez_write_tag([[970,250],'knowyourmobile_com-large-mobile-banner-1','ezslot_13',153,'0','0']));HTC’s business has been down on its luck for years now; the company really needs a successful release, and a cheap Android phone with 5G and a decent camera could be just what the doctor ordered. Right now, we don’t know much about the HTC Desire 20 Pro’s specs. In other words, people simply aren’t buying HTC’s phones and haven’t been doing so for a couple of years. Update 1 (05/26/2020 @ 06:54 AM ET): New report suggests that HTC’s first 5G smartphone will launch in Taiwan in July 2020. Whether the phone will be a classic Android phone or a surprise to users is wondering. Whether or not HTC can still make a splash is another matter. It has 5G, it has a quad-core camera, it has a 6.8in FHD+ display, 6GB of RAM, 256GB of internal storage and SD-support, as well as a more premium design and finish, thanks to its frosted rear glass panel. HTC may be pouring most of its energy into VR headsets, but it hasn't forgotten about its (frankly languishing) smartphone range. This could change in the coming months, though I wouldn’t go holding my breath on that count – HTC’s brand appeal in the US/UK is at an all-time low. All these rival companies have released 5G smartphones already and are gearing up for more 5G devices. It is also claimed that the device may have high-end features such as at least 8GB RAM and 4,000mAh battery. HTC's Allegedly Introducing 'Flagship' Phone Next July. If you’re going to drop big bucks on a phone, most people will be looking to either Samsung or Apple on a macro-scale. What is known about this mysterious phone is very limited. The C-Band is a new swath of airwaves, between current 4G and Wi-Fi frequencies, that the FCC is auctioning at the end of 2020. News, reviews, deals, apps and more. ©2020 Android Authority | All Rights Reserved. As we have already mentioned, the company has not yet made a statement about the new phone. HTC emerged from the shadows today to announce two new phones: the HTC U20 5G and HTC Desire 20 Pro. The likes of Motorola, Asus, LG, and even Sony are also there to pick up the scraps, leaving HTC with virtually nothing ahead of its first 5G phone. Both feature very impressive camera tech, large batteries that will provide all-day usage, decent amounts of memory (6GB) and storage (either 128GB or 256GB), and even SD support. While 5G can be finicky, the extra bandwidth and lower latency are very helpful for VR apps where even small delays and hiccups can be frustrating (or even nauseating). This is in large part due to the rise of Chinese brands such as Huawei, OnePlus, Realme, Vivo, Oppo, and Xiaomi. Maybe an HTC One M7 5G 2020 Edition (please don’t call it that) would be just the ticket? We hope the company succeeds though. …. Finger’s crossed the HTC Desire 20 Pro and HTC U20 5G end up getting a UK and USA release date!eval(ez_write_tag([[580,400],'knowyourmobile_com-leader-1','ezslot_14',157,'0','0'])); Read on after the break for all of our pre-launch coverage…, Thought HTC was dead in the water? Given the popularity of sub-$300 Android phones right now, I could see the HTC Desire 20 Pro selling extremely well in the UK – the phone would more or less market itself!