HTC will no longer release its high-end smartphone, which was announced in February, in the second quarter, as the company had planned, but at a later time. The reason lies in the connectivity issues HTC attributes to the corona crisis.
HTC is dealing with issues in the global supply chain and the company won’t reveal new smartphones in the second quarter as originally planned. to write HTC In response to customer inquiries† The Taiwanese company will not publish further information about the postponement. It is not known, for example, how long the device should last.
After the Mobile World Congress at the end of February, HTC announced that it will do so A new high-end smartphone in April will display. HTC’s Asian market director said at the time that the smartphone offers AR and VR applications and that Viveverse, HTC’s version of the metaverse, will play an important role in the smartphone platform. It is unknown if HTC plans to release the smartphone outside of Asia.
In 2018, HTC released high-end smartphones for the last time, the U12 and U12 +. In 2019, for example, Exodus 1 ‘blockchain phone’but this was a relatively cheap device.
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