HTC has officially launched the U24 Pro, a smartphone featuring a 6.8-inch 1080×2436 OLED touchscreen with a 120 Hz refresh rate and Gorilla Glass protection. Powered by the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 SoC, the device includes 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of expandable storage. It runs on Android 14 and holds an IP67 rating for dust and water resistance.

The U24 Pro boasts a versatile camera setup: a 50 MP main camera with optical image stabilization (OIS) and an f/1.88 aperture, an 8 MP f/2.2 ultrawide lens, a 50 MP f/2 2x optical zoom telephoto lens, and a 50 MP f/2.45 front-facing camera with autofocus.

The phone’s dimensions are 167.1 × 74.9 × 8.98 mm, and it weighs 198.7g. It is equipped with a 4,600 mAh battery that supports 60W wired charging, 15W wireless charging, and 5W reverse wireless charging. Additional features include a 3.5 mm headphone jack and a two-color notification LED on the front.


Specification Details
Display 6.8-inch 1080×2436 OLED, 120 Hz
Processor Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 SoC
Storage 256 GB (expandable)
Operating System Android 14
Dust/Water Resistance IP67
Main Camera 50 MP, OIS, f/1.88
Ultrawide Camera 8 MP, f/2.2
Telephoto Camera 50 MP, f/2, 2x optical zoom
Front Camera 50 MP, f/2.45, autofocus
Dimensions 167.1 × 74.9 × 8.98 mm
Weight 198.7g
Battery 4,600 mAh
Wired Charging 60 W
Wireless Charging 15 W
Reverse Wireless Charging 5 W
Headphone Jack 3.5 mm
Notification LED Two-color front notification LED
Price €564 (EU)


Priced at €564 (~$609) in the EU, the U24 Pro, that arrives in Taiwan by June 30th, faces stiff competition from various Chinese brands. Despite this, the device represents HTC’s continued presence in the smartphone market, offering robust features and a notable camera array.

Let’s remember that the last HTC flagship phone was the HTC U12+, released in 2018 (check our review of the device here). The company also released interesting phones like the HTC One M8 (2014) and HTC One M7 (2013).

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