HTC employee apologizes for the HTC ThunderBolt
HTC One now available, giving the company another chance is a lot easier. At this point, with the launch of the HTC ThunderBolt a little more than 2 years ago, those who bought the phone on contract and held it for the entire 24 month period should start finding themselves free of those handcuffs that bound them to Verizon. How many of these ThunderBolt owners had such a miserable experience that it has left them scarred for life as far as HTC is concerned?
In this day and age when faceless corporations turn out products quickly and then move on to the next thing, it is nice to see some humanity in the form of an employee that actually cares what the public's experience was with a product made by the corporation he works for. Hopefully the information that Nielsen receives from his post will be used by HTC to keep making better and better handsets. HTC has come a long way from the HTC ThunderBolt to the HTC One. Can it continue moving ahead from the HTC One to its next Android flagship model?
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