• HTC's 5G Smartphone Will Launch In Second Half Of 2019: Official

    2 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    HTC has not given up yet, not at all, at least according to the company's chairperson, and former CEO, Cher Wang. She gave a statement (well, several of them, during a mini interview) quite recently at CES 2019, stating that the company is positive about its business prospects in 2019, and that it will continue to push its handset business forward, thus denying rumors that HTC is looking to focus on VR only, and sell off its smartphone business. Cher Wang did say that the company is also aiming to achieve a significant VR revenue growth, though, so VR is still in HTC's sights, definitely...
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  • HTC's 5G Smartphone Not Expected Until Second Half Of 2019

    HTC's 5G Smartphone Not Expected Until Second Half Of 2019

    2 monthes ago - By Ubergizmo

    Many companies are expected to launch 5G smartphones in 2019. We've heard reports that Samsung, Huawei, and OnePlus all have plans to launch such devices. Now it seems that HTC could also be looking to launch a 5G smartphone, but unfortunately we might not be able to expect it anytime soon. This is according to a report from DigiTimes who claims that HTC's 5G smartphone might only arrive in the second half of the year. According to the publication's sources, the reason for launching the 5G smartphone in the second half of the year is apparently due to the fact that the 5G market has yet to...
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  • HTC's first 5G smartphone is not expected to launch until the second half of 2019

    HTC's first 5G smartphone is not expected to launch until the second half of 2019

    2 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    After repeatedly assuring us of the company's long-term commitment to the smartphone market over the past few months (which in itself doesn't feel particularly encouraging), HTC is back at CES 2019... with more promises of business revitalization.
    While it continues to remain unclear exactly how HTC aims to turn its flagging handset division around, Digitimes reports the company's first 5G-enabled phones are not expected until the “second half of 2019.”
    The logic behind that decision is certainly sound, as the 5G market is indeed “not yet mature at the moment”, but as numerous ...
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