HTC’s back with two new mid-range Android headsets for Taiwan — the HTC U19e and Desire 19+. These are the devices that came after HTC left the Chinese market for good.
The HTC U19e is the most dominant of the two phones, highlighting a 6-inch OLED display having a resolution of 2160 x 1080. The rear sports double 12MP + 20MP dual cameras, the last of which has a 2x telephoto zoom. There are additionally two selfie cameras, including a 24MP + 2MP combo to deal with iris scanning.
Inside, the U19e hosts the Snapdragon 710 processor, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage. And, a significantly larger 3,930 mAh battery.
Moving over to the Desire 19+, this phone is somehow less impressive to oblige its lower sticker price. Its 6.2-inch display is simply HD+ and there’s only one 16MP selfie camera.
However, the back of the device is home to three sensors — a 13MP main camera, 8MP ultrawide, and 5MP depth sensor.
The rest of the specs for the Desire 19+ incorporate a MediaTek Helio P35 processor and the option between 4 or 6GB of RAM. For storage, you have the option to select 64GB or 128GB, and a 3,850 mAh battery.
The two devices are being sold in HTC’s nation of origin of Taiwan, with the U19e going on sale beginning June 12 for TWD 14,900 (around $475 USD). The Desire 19+ isn’t launching before the beginning of July with an initial cost of TWD 9,990 ($319 USD).
Source: Android Central
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