HTC U24 Pro revealed with SD 7 Gen 3, up to 512GB & more, priced at ~RM2.7K

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As advertised, HTC unveiled its latest HTC U24 Pro phone. Like the predecessor, it's unlikely to launch globally, let alone Malaysia so the best we can do is just check out the tech specs, features and price.

To start, the U24 Pro is indeed an upper mid-range tier phone that is powered by the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 chipset. The memory configuration is 12GB of RAM and has two storage options - 256GB or 512GB with expandable storage via a microSD card. As a pro model, the display is rather impressive as it sports a 6.8-inch OLED 120Hz panel in a 20:9 aspect ratio with FHD+ resolution.

The front camera on the OLED display is actually 50MP (not a typo), whereas the triple rear camera consists of a 50MP primary + 50MP telephoto + 8MP ultrawide setup. The primary camera also supports OIS, EIS and 4K HDR recording which is great. Lastly, the battery pack is 4600mAh with 60W fast charging technology, alongside 15W and 5W for wireless and reverse charging, respectively.

The U24 Pro runs on Android 14 out of the box and other than that, it is also IP67 rated, supports 5G, WiFi 6E, Bluetooth 5.3 and NFC, as well as uses Type C. There are only two colour options which are Space Blue and Twilight White.

In Taiwan, the U24 Pro costs TWD$18,990 which is roughly around ~RM2.7K. As we mentioned earlier, the predecessor never came to Malaysia so we can expect the same for the U24 Pro. HTC is not actively competing in the smartphone industry anymore so there's that.