HTC U24 Pro surfaces in the Google Play Console, coming soon

Vlad, 30 April 2024

Few people think about HTC anymore, but it was one of the original Android smartphone makers, and it's still around - if barely. Last year in May, it launched the U23 Pro, and it looks like it's now readying a successor for that device, which will most likely end up being called U24 Pro (as the number in these names seems to indicate the year of release a la Samsung's S series recently).

The HTC U24 Pro has been listed in the Google Play Console, a move which usually signifies an official launch is coming in the next few weeks. It was also spotted in the Geekbench online database a few days ago, and it has already been certified by the Bluetooth SIG.

HTC U24 Pro surfaces in the Google Play Console, coming soon

The HTC U24 Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 SoC, and it will come with 12GB of RAM in one variant (more could be offered as well). Its screen will have 1080x2436 resolution, with 480ppi pixel density. It will of course run Android 14 from day one.

The Play Console listing has one image of the phone as usual (though sometimes these are just placeholders and don't depict the actual device), and this shows a curved screen with a centered punch-hole for the selfie camera. The power and volume buttons are on the right side. The recent Bluetooth certification revealed that it supports version 5.3 of the standard.

HTC U24 Pro surfaces in the Google Play Console, coming soon

Those are all the details about it which have been outed so far, but if it is to launch in May like its predecessor, then undoubtedly more leaks and rumors will follow shortly, so stay tuned.



Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 07 May 2024
  • mE0

Back in 2010 I started my smart phone journey with HTC and have been on to several models ever since. Have been using u11 6gb ram for the last 7 years... still a dream machine... working like day one...smooth and very fast... very well designed ...

Qualcomm's official page says otherwise. For 7 Gen 3 it says under video capture "Up to 4K" (24/30 fps), whereas on the 7+ Gen 2 it says "Up to 4K @ 60 fps". It is weird that the newer chip would omit that, also that non...

  • Anonymous
  • 04 May 2024
  • 7t0

Well done HTC keep the new phones coming... Ignore negative people u have a loyal fan base all around the world.

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