HTC Desire 19s budget smartphone finally launched
HTC has launched the Desire 19s budget smartphone with blue and black color options. Taiwan became the first place to see this phone. This phone goes around 5,990 TW$ ($199 or ₹14,150). Nothing is revealed about international availability.
You can call it a successor of HTC Desire 12s, which was launched in 2018. You get a dual-Sim feature with 4G and VoLTE support. 3.5mm jack is available in this phone and the fingerprint sensor is placed on the rear side. USB Type-C is also available here, which is a good phone. Battery size is 3,850 mAh and it supports 10W quick-charging.
- 6.2 inches HD+ display, 720×1520 pixel resolution, 19:9 aspect ratio, 271 PPi, IPS LCD display panel
- Android 9 Pie
- MediaTek Helio P22 Octa-core processor
- 2 GHz max clock speed
- PowerVR GE 8320 GPU
- 3 GB RAM/32 GB Storage
- Expandability 1 TB Via memory card
- 13+5+5 MP rear camera sensors
- 13 MP main wide sensor with f/1.9 aperture, PDAF also
- 5 MP Ultra-wide sensor with f/2.2
- 5 MP depth sensor with f/2.2
- 1080P videos recording at 30 FPS
- 16 MP front camera with f/2.0
- 1080P video recording
HTC Desire 19s Full Specifications and features in details
The water-drop notch design is used in this phone and this looks cool. You get a 6.2 inches HD+ display and this display has a resolution of 720×1520 pixels. The aspect ratio is 19:9 and pixel density is 271, which is decent. This is an IPS LCD display panel, which gives good colors and viewing angles.
This phone runs on the Android 9 Pie with HTC Sense UI. MediaTek Helio P22 Octa-core processor comes in this phone. This SoC is made on the 12nm architecture, which gives a decent performance and higher battery life. The max clock speed is 2 GHz and it comes with PowerVR GE 8320 GPU, which is good for the lite gaming. RAM is just 3 GB and storage is 32 GB, which is expandable up to 1 TB via memory card.
The triple-camera setup is placed on the rear side and it has a 13+5+5 camera sensor. 13 MP is the main sensor and it comes with f/1.9 aperture. It is a wide sensor. The first 5 MP sensor comes to measure the depth with an f/2.2 aperture. The second 5 MP camera sensor has f/2.2 aperture for ultra-wide shots. Rear cameras can record 1080P videos at 30 FPS. The front camera comes with 16 MP resolution with f/2.0. This can record 1080P videos.
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Should you even consider this phone instead of other phones?
HD+ display is offering by the company and they are thinking this will attract the users! The look is decent but display is quite average for this time. As usual, you get a pathetic processor at this pricing and I can’t even expect better from HTC.
RAM is lower than other phones and storage is also not sufficient at this pricing. Triple-camera setup looks cool on the papers but 5 MP ultra-wide sensor? What kinda joke is this? For the selfies, you get a good camera and you will be impressed with the selfies. I can’t expect more from HTC and giving the kick to this joke. You can tell me only one reason to buy this phone instead of other good specs phones. I wanna say HTC and Sony should reform now, otherwise, they will lose their names in the smartphone market!