The HTC U23 Pro, which is interoperable with HTC’s Vive VR platform, will launch on May 18. Ahead of the official global debut, rumored renders of the phone have surfaced online, detailing the anticipated design of the phone and indicating some of its potential specifications. The renderings depict the device in two color options and with four rear-facing cameras. The HTC U23 Pro also appears to have a display with a hole press. The smartphone could be fueled by a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 SoC with eight cores.
Evan Blass has shared renderings of the HTC U23 Pro. The renderings imply at least two color options for the device and depict a display with a cutaway for the front-facing camera. In the upper left quadrant of the smartphone’s rear panel is a quad-camera module. The camera module is rectangular in design and contains an LED light. Additionally, there appears to be HTC insignia on the rear. In addition, the smartphone’s power button and volume controls appear to be located on the left spine.
HTC has already announced that the HTC U23 Pro will be released on May 18. The device is interoperable with the firm’s Viverse VR platform. The HTC U23 Pro is supposed to operate on Android 13 and feature an AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Expected specifications include an octa-core Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 SoC, 12GB RAM, and 256GB of storage. The phone’s quad rear camera unit reportedly includes a 108-megapixel sensor with optical image stabilization (OIS) support.
Previous reports suggested the HTC U23 Pro has a 4,600mAh battery. In addition to a side-mounted biometric scanner and a 3.5mm audio connector, it reportedly includes both features.
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