There is a 24-megapixel selfie shooter on the front as well with a 2-megapixel sensor for iris-recognition unlock feature.
The HTC U19e has a dual setup on the rear - a 12MP f/1.8 regular snapper and a 20MP f/2.6 2x telephoto camera.More news: Yuvraj Singh, World Cup 2011 hero, announces his retirement from worldwide cricket
Despite the HTC U19e's name - the "e" would suggest a Galaxy S10e rival - the device is actually a mid-range offering. If you'd prefer to go that way there's a traditional fingerprint scanner on the rear as well. There are two camera sensors at the top bezel.
The Desire 19+, HTC's first notched smartphone Representing a first for HTC, the Desire 19+ features a large display paired with a waterdrop notch. Don't care for face unlock? The chip is paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage which, once again, is expandable via microSD cards. The rear camera setup is comprised of a 13MP main sensor, 8MP ultrawide angle and a 5MP depth sensor. It runs on Android9.0 Pie out of the box with HTC Sense UI laid on top.More news: 3m Sudan strikes bring country to standstill
It is backed by a 3,850mAh battery and includes a USB Type-C port for charging.
We haven't seen a new HTC handset since the HTC U12 Life and U12 Plus in 2018, but even then it felt like the smartphone manufacturer had been winding down its production. HTC's new phone is available in Extraordinary Purple (a translucent look much like the U12 Plus) and Modest Green. While there is no 3.5mm audio jack, the device comes with HTC BoomSound Hi-Fi dual speakers with stereo surround sound effect. For reference, the Pixel 3a can be purchased for around TWD 14,500 ($461 or €410) and the flagship Xiaomi Mi 9 costs TWD 13,999 ($446 or €394). The 6GB + 128GB variant of the smartphone will sold at TWD 10,990 (roughly Rs. 24,300). The Desire 19+ will offered in two colour options - Star Indigo and Jasmine White.More news: Radiohead Respond to Leak by Releasing 18 Hours of ‘OK Computer’ Sessions