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HTC announces Desire 22 Pro—the Metaverse phone with SD695 and 120Hz display

HTC unveils the Desire 22 Pro, a device meant for its VR products, and has access to Viverse aka HTC's metaverse.
HTC announces Desire 22 Pro—the Metaverse phone with SD695 and 120Hz display
The Desire 22 Pro

HTC's Metaverse smartphone announced!

The Desire 22 Pro appears in a premium-looking textured rear cover and is available in Starry Night Black or Wave Gold colorways.

Upfront, it has a display of a 6.6-inch LCD with FHD+ resolution, 120Hz refresh rates, and a 20:9 aspect ratio, and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass.
Compatible with HTC VR gears
Compatible with HTC VR gears

Inside, it has a 6nm 2.2GHz Snapdragon 695 processor with Adreno 619 GPU. It is paired with 8GB RAM and 128GB expandable storage.

The battery is equipped with 4,520mAh and supports 18W fast charging as well as 15W wireless charging. Moreover, the device is also capable of doing reverse wireless charging.

On the camera side, it has a 64MP main sensor followed by 13MP ultrawide snapper and a 5MP for depth shooting. There's also a 32MP sensor for its front-facing cameras.

Other features are side-mounted fingerprint scanner and IP67 water and dust resistance. 
Can access NFTs through the Viverse wallet
Can access NFTs through the Viverse wallet

Again the main highlight here would be the Viverse compatibility, which enables you to use the phone and an attached HTC VR headset to access virtual content from the Metaverse. Additionally, HTC is including its Viverse Wallet, which enables you to manage digital assets like cryptocurrencies and NFTs right from your phone.

As for the software side, it runs the latest Android 12 OS.

Taiwan price with direct to PHP conversion (no taxes and duties yet):

HTC Desire 22 Pro - TWD 11,990 (around PHP 22.2K)

If you order before July 31, you will receive an HTC shockproof case, an HTC wireless charger, and an exclusive NFT gift that can be redeemed through the Viverse app.

Open sales begin in Taiwan on July 1 through online and physical stores, EU markets will have to wait until August 1. There's no news yet if it will come to the Philippines. Stay tuned with us for more updates.

Source: HTC

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