Lenovo Legion Pro vs. HTC Desire 20+: 16GB RAM, 64MP cameras!

Welcome to the amazing race between two warriors Lenovo Legion Pro vs. HTC Desire 20+ with 16GB RAM and 64MP cameras. For more details, keep reading!

Lenovo Legion Pro vs. HTC Desire 20+

Lenovo Legion Pro vs. HTC Desire 20+ specs

Lenovo Legion Pro comes with a powerful chipset and battery. Meanwhile, HTC Desire 20+ appears with a unique design and extensive storage. Regarding the display, Lenovo Legion Pro specs offer a 6.65 inches AMOLED with 1080 x 2340 pixels. Besides, HTC Desire 20+ specs feature a 6.5 inches IPS LCD with a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels. As a result, with the higher display resolutions, the Lenovo handset comes first in this round. 

Under the hood, the Lenovo smartphone provides a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ chipset, while its rival uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G SoC. Besides, both handsets boot Android 10 as the operating system. As for the storage, the Lenovo smartphone flaunts multiple variants 128GB/ 8GB RAM, 128GB/ 12GB RAM, 256GB/ 12GB RAM, 512GB/ 16GB RAM (No card slot). Moreover, the HTC beast comes with only 6GB RAM and 128GB of onboard storage (microSDXC). 

HTC Desire 20+

So, Lenovo wins this round because of the better RAM. How about the optics system? The Lenovo Legion Pro camera sports a dual 64MP + 16MP rear lenses and another 20MP front-facing sensor for selfies. In contrast, the HTC Desire 20+ camera rocks a quad 48MP + 5MP + 2MP + 5MP sensors on the back setup. Additionally, there is a 16MP front-facing shooter. Therefore, the Lenovo device wins this round with higher camera resolutions. In terms of the battery capacity, both handsets house a 5000mAh energy box. Hence, Lenovo is the winner of this round with better cameras. 

Lenovo Legion Pro vs. HTC Desire 20+ release date and price

Lastly, both flagships are available for purchase. Concerning the cost, the Lenovo Legion Pro price begins at $551 ~ Rs. 40,754. Plus, the HTC Desire 20+ price starts around $295 ~ Rs. 21,864. What is your favorite smartphone? Share your option in the comment section!