HTC Teases Phone for September 20 Reveal, Something About Being Edgier

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HTC has a new phone (or phones) to announce on September 20, according to a new teaser posted to Twitter. The short video clip is joined by a note about the phone “coming” and that we should all “#BeEdgier.”

The phone that is briefly revealed in the video looks a lot like the Desire 10 that has leaked a couple of times in recent weeks. For those not familiar with HTC’s Desire line, just know that it’ll be some sort of budget phone. There may be two of them, actually, Pro and Lifestyle versions. Either way, Desire phones tend to ship with low prices and non-flagship specs in the prepaid world or as carrier bottom shelfers. 

Nothing to see here, folks.

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