HTC Desire 20 Pro available for pre-order in EU for €279

HTC Desire 20 Pro available for pre-order in EU for €279

The HTC Desire 20 Pro was announced in June with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 SoC and a quad rear camera setup. The Taiwanese OEM initially launched the phone only in their domestic market, but they also left a subtle hint for a more wide scale release across the globe. And now, months after the official announcements, the HTC Desire 20 Pro is finally available for pre-order in Europe.

HTC Desire 20 Pro XDA Forums

According to a recent tweet from the company, the mid-ranger is on sale in the UK, France, Spain, Italy, Poland and the Netherlands through HTC’s own website. The smartphone has been priced at €279/£269 for the sole 6/128GB model, which is a bit higher than the Taiwanese pricing according to current exchange rates. The expected day of shipping is August 24.


HTC Desire 20 Pro Specifications

Specification HTC Desire 20 Pro
Dimensions and Weight
  • 162 x 77 x 9.4mm
  • 201g
  • 6.5″ FHD+ LCD;
  • 19.5:9 aspect ratio
  • Punch-hole display
SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 SoC
RAM and Storage
  • 6GB + 128GB
  • Expandable through microSD card slot
Battery & Charging
  • 5,000 mAh battery
  • Quick Charge 3.0
Rear Camera Photo:

  • Primary: 48MP, f/1.8
  • Secondary: Wide-Angle Camera, 8MP, f/2.2, 118° FoV
  • Tertiary: Depth Sensor, 2MP, f/2.4
  • Quaternary: Macro, 2MP, f/2.4


  • 4K video recording
Front Camera 25MP, f/2.0
Other Features
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Rear fingerprint scanner
  • Multi-function NFC
  • Dual-frequency GPS
  • Bluetooth 5
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4GHz, 5GHz)
Android Version Android 10

It is worth mentioning that HTC allows this phone to be bootloader unlocked without fiddling with any kind of unlock token generation. If you are one of HTC’s few remaining fans and planning to pick up a smartphone that features the 3.5mm headphone jack as well as a microSD card slot, feel free to opt for the HTC Desire 20 Pro.

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