5.5-incher with Snapdragon 835 and Edge Sense
After an endless stream of rumors and leaks, HTC has now officially announced its newest member of the U series smartphones, the flagship HTC U11.
Lowest quarterly revenue in over a year
HTC, the original equipment manufacturer that designs its own mobile devices and Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, has announced net losses of $66.12 million for the first quarter of 2017. The company’s latest financials are the latest in a series - it's had eight consecutive losses over the past two years.
HTC appears to be releasing a new phone which you can squeeze.
More details show up
There have already been plenty of rumors that HTC is working on its new U series flagship, the HTC U, and now Evan Blass has leaked the first picture of the device.
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HTC has worked out a way of totally stuffing up its VR product and consigning it to the dustbin of history.
Too much competition and low margins
HTC has confirmed that it is giving up on budget Android phones beginning this year. Instead, the company will focus on premium devices, which have a higher profit margin.
Will focus on "high-margin" devices, not just high-end market
During its fourth quarter earnings call, HTC announced that it plans to exit the entry-level smartphone business this year as it begins to focus on high-margin, high-profit devices.
Is the End near?
HTC’s bottom line is getting a thorough kicking and it is hard to see if the outfit is going to pull out any rabbits from hats to save itself before it is too late.
5.7-incher with secondary display and SD821
After an endless streak of rumors, HTC has now unveiled its new U Ultra smartphone, a 5.7-incher with a secondary 2.05-inch screen, powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 821 SoC and featuring the new Sense Companion assistant.