Just getting worse
HTC has been struggling to stay competitive for years now with its Android handsets and virtual-reality headsets, but it has just reported itsbiggest drop in sales for two years.
Troubled Taiwanese manufacturer HTC has laid off 1,500 members of its staff as it continues to restructure its business.
Possible other devices as well
HTC has set a date for its next event where the company is expected to unveil the U12+ smartphone and probably some other smartphones as well.
No surprises with Snapdragon 845 SoC and 5.5-inch QHD+ screen
HTC had a hard time regaining any significant smartphone market share and it appears that the company is going all out with its latest HTC U12+ smartphone with a leaked specification sheet showing Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 845 SoC, 8GB of RAM, dual-camera setup on both front and back, and a 5.5-inch QHD+ screen.
No phones and VR not making enough
HTC has reported consolidated revenues of $94.77 million for March, up 6.1 percent on the month but down 46.7 percent on the year and the lowest quarterly revenues in 16 years.
Drops the price of the non-Pro version
HTC has started taking pre-orders for its Vive Pro VR headset which was unveiled earlier this year at the CES 2018 show, and it comes with a rather steep $799 price tag.
Dual camera setup, 256GB of storage and more
The latest leak has confirmed earlier rumors regarding the HTC's upcoming U12 flagship smartphone as well as adding more key information, including the dual rear camera setup, 3,420mAh battery, and an April launch date.
With big 6-inch screen
While it might skip the unveil at the MWC 2018 show which kicks off later this month, HTC's U12 has been spotted at a separate 5G event in Taiwan.
Will hold a separate event after MWC
According to a new report, HTC won't announce its flagship U12 smartphone at the Mobile World Congress 2018 show in Barcelona but rather hold a separate event after the MWC.