Source: Android Central / Alex Dobie
The last HTC phone I reviewed for Android Central was the U12+, such a broken embarrassment of a handset that I fully expected it be… well, the last HTC phone I ever reviewed. Between hemorrhaging cash and talent, and being dwarfed by its competition, HTC seemed to be done as a major player in smartphones.
But this week, something funny happened. HTC decided to launch a new phone. Well, two phones, in fact but today I’m going to focus on the higher-specced of the pair, because that’s the one attracting the attention of nostalgic Android fans.
Externally, the new HTC U20 5G is a pretty generic looking 2020 smartphone, with its hole-punch display and quad cameras. But what makes this phone more modern is its spec sheet: A Snapdragon 765G processor, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, 5G connectivity and a capacious 5,000mAh battery. For a phone brand…