HTC fans rejoice! A new phone could be in the works!


We’re not sure what’s up with HTC these days. For a company that’s kind of called it quits on the mobile industry, the company has been releasing phones every now and then without much fanfare. Last year, we saw the launch of the HTC U23 Pro. Now according to a report from Android Headlines, the HTC U24 Pro could be in the works.

According to the report, it seems that HTC could be working on the U24 Pro. This will be the direct successor to last year’s U23 Pro. It won’t be a flagship phone, based on the rumored hardware. It will apparently be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 chipset. This puts the phone squarely in mid-range territory.

Don’t get us wrong, mid-range phones are great for people on a budget or want something a bit more value for money. But it definitely doesn’t seem like it will have all the glitz and glamor associated with flagships. Other rumored specs of the HTC U24 Pro include 12GB of RAM, support for Bluetooth 5.3, and it will run Android 14 out of the box.

We’re not sure what other specs the phone could be packing. The U23 Pro came with a 6.7-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate, so we expect HTC to at least maintain that.

Now before you get too excited, note that the HTC U23 Pro was only launched in Taiwan. Unless HTC plans on changing up their strategy, we don’t have high hopes of the U24 Pro making its way stateside. We can definitely hope, but we’ll have to wait for the official launch for the details.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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