More recent news suggests that HTC is about to give up its smartphone business, but recently, a mid-range HTC smartphone has been certified. Last month, an HTC mid-range smartphone with the model number 2Q7A100 appeared on the Geekbench benchmark database, then the AnTuTu benchmark page.
Similar equipment is now certified by NCC in Taiwan. Although NCC certification does not indicate the specifications of this smartphone, it does show that the design scheme is not as modern as other phones from other brands.
The smartphone diagram in the NCC certification document shows that the 2Q7A100 is very similar to the Desire 12s model that the company launched in December last year. Like Desire 12s, the upcoming HTC 2Q7A100 will have relatively thick borders on the top and bottom edges.
On the right side of the phone, we can see the power buttons as well as the volume control button. However, besides the diagram, certify that NCC does not disclose anything else regarding HTC’s upcoming mid-range smartphone.
Previously, HTC 2Q7A100 appeared on AnTuTu showed that it will use 710 10nm Snapdragon chip combined with 6GB RAM. AnTuTu also confirmed that it will have a Full HD + screen, an 18: 9 aspect ratio. In terms of software, both AnTuTu and Geekbench said that the device will run Android 9 Pie when opening the box. We can also expect HTC 2Q7A100 to have HTC Sense UI.
Unfortunately, HTC has yet to confirm which product it is and when it will come out. Given that it is already certified on the home market in Taiwan, it does not have to wait long for this smartphone to officially appear on the market.
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