HTC Desire 22 Pro announced with Snapdragon 695 and Viverse compatibility. HTC launched the Desire 22 Pro, and their latest phone focused on VR. The device is built on a Snapdragon 695 chipset, has a 6.6-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and comes with a 4,520mAh battery.
It can be used with HTC’s Diverse ecosystem through the phone’s software and is compatible with HTC products such as the Vive Flow headset. With “Viverse Compatibility,” you can now access digital assets from other virtual worlds with the HTC device.
HTC Desire 22 Pro announced with Snapdragon 695 and Viverse compatibility
There is also a compatible Viverse app, meaning that you can use your phone to manage digital assets in VR mode using the tool. Desire 22 Pro has a camera with 64MP on the back, a 13MP wide-angle lens, and a five MP depth of field module to perfectly capture your experience. On the front, a 32MP f/2.0 camera is included in the punch hole of the phone so that you can take selfies anywhere.
The phone comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage and can expand up to microSD. The HTC Desire 22 Pro is a powerful, water and dust-resistant smartphone available now for TWD 11,990 ($404) in Taiwan, €459 in Europe, and $443.99 in Canada.
Early adopters have the chance to pre-order the phone from July 1, but anyone can buy it from August 1 via online and offline channels. Early-bird buyers will receive an exclusive free case, a wireless charger, and an exclusive gift if they purchase the NFT before July 31. The gift will be redeemed through Viverse for Android.