Discover more from McGST
Presumably the buzzword gimmicks are meant as a distraction from the fact that the HTC Desire 22 Pro is a generic-looking mid-range phone. It has a Snapdragon 695, a 120 Hz, 6.6-inch, 2412×1080 LCD, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 4520 mAh battery. It has Android 12, a fingerprint reader, wireless charging, a microSD slot, and an IP67 water-resistance rating, which HTC only describes as "splash proof." For cameras, you have a 65 MP main camera, a 13 MP ultrawide, 5 MP depth sensor, and 32 MP front camera. HTC's spec sheet curiously also lists "Face ID" as a feature, which is an Apple trademark. HTC probably means generic face recognition... More here.
HTC was the king before the iPhone and before any other company it jumped on the touch screen only format to compete. From that point onwards it has been nothing but failure and I am surprised phones are still released to this day. Time to give up, do something else and find a way to thrive again.