HTC U24 Pro Launched: Sophisticated Design with Cutting-Edge Technology

HTC has released a new phone, the U24 Pro. This phone targets the high-end segment and comes with a sophisticated design language, impressive hardware choices, and some AI features. Let’s check out the phone’s specifications, features, highlights, and pricing details below.

HTC Opts For A Simpler Design Language

HTC U24 Pro

In the current smartphone market, companies are opting for a bolder design language. More commonly we see boxy camera module designs, or some companies even opt for fancier designs like we saw a pebble-shaped camera module on the Honor 200 series. However, the HTC U24 features a simple design language where the camera module is not loud. This sophisticated design is reminiscent of older smartphones, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. We see a vertically aligned camera setup on the rear side, with HTC branding in the middle while the rest of the back is clean.

There is a matte texture on the rear which makes it protect against fingerprints. Moreover, it also offers a double-sided corner design offering a strong grip. Being an upper-range offering, the company has not compromised on the build quality. It has a metal frame and also comes with heat-pressing technology for additional durability. Moreover, the company also says that they have used a micro-nano-level photolithography technology creating a naturally refractive surface.

The phone comes in two color options including Space Blue and Twilight White. The HTC U24 Pro has a thickness of 8.98mm and weighs 198.7g.

Specifiations & Features

The HTC U24 Pro comes with a 6.8-inch OLED panel. It has a resolution of FHD+. To ensure a smooth experience, the display supports a 120Hz refresh rate. Moreover, this is a curved panel offering a premium look. For protection, the company has opted for Corning Gorilla Glass.

HTC U24 Pro

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In the camera department, the phone comes with a triple rear camera setup. It comprises the 50MP primary shooter with OIS offering stabilized shots. Then there is a 8MP ultrawide sensor and a 50MP telephoto portrait lens that can capture shots in 2x optical zoom. On the front, there is a 50MP shooter for selfies and video calls.  For camera enthusiasts, HTC has brought multiple AI features that include AI Group Photos, AI Gesture GIFs, and Low-Light Portrait Enhancement.

HTC U24 Pro opts for a Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 processor, which features 8 cores. It is based on 4nm architecture and hence offers high efficiency. The HTC U24 Pro features a 4,600mAh battery capable of 60W fast charging. Moreover, it also offers 15W wireless charging and 5W reverse wireless charging. The support of wireless charging is a great addition since wireless charging is often missing in this price range. Talking about the software, the phone comes out of the box with Android 14 OS. Additional features of the phone include an in-screen fingerprint scanner, 5G, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.3, and also  3.5mm headphone jack support.


While the phone offers a decent overall package, below is a summary of the main highlights of the phone that make it stand out in the market.

  • Simpler Design: HTC has opted for a simpler camera module design, which makes the device look more sophisticated.
  • Wireless Charging: A notable feature that is often ignored by smartphone manufacturers in this segment.
  • AI Camera Features: The phone offers a ton of AI features for photography.
  • IP67 Certification For Dust and Water resistant: It offers peace of mind for the users.

Pricing & Availability

There are two configurations of the HTC U24 Pro: 12/256GB and 12/512GB. They are priced at NTD 18,990 (~$587) and NTD 20,999 (~$650) respectively. However, the phones are only available in Taiwan for now, with no information of availability in other regions. That said, the HTC U24 Pro seems like a decent offering from the company. More information can be explored on HTC’s official website. 

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