HTC shoots down the rumors for a merger with Asus
posted by Daniel P. / Jun 15, 2015, 3:34 AM
has not made any contact with Asus regarding this matter, and it will not consider a merger with Asus," posting this memo on the Taiwan's stock exchange site. Basically, HTC feels that there is nothing to be gained from an Asus buyout for the brand, but the more curious bit is that companies are talking internally about possible stakes in HTC at all.Today, HTC rebuffed the imaginary offer by Asus in full force, saying that "[HTC]
The inventor of the UltraPixel marketing term saw a precipitous decline in its stock price after the One M9 launched, but because of the merger rumors its stock shoot up with the 10% upward limit today, before the company issued the official rebuttal.
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Good, hope htc rot even further
posted on Jun 15, 2015, 3:40 AM 1
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Because less competition is better for the consumer.... Do you even think?
posted on Jun 15, 2015, 11:09 AM 0
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They should have released a M9 flagship, based on the futuristic renders that we saw online: it would have been a success: at least, let's hope HTC will learn the lesson and release a wonderful M10, because they have the potential, for sure...BTW, I'm still in love with my M7 and will wait for it (M10)!
posted on Jun 15, 2015, 4:54 AM 2
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i honestly thinks if HTC One M9+ was released internationally... these down falls wouldnt had occured ! and ofcause with good camera ! i was using a htc one m8 ! great phone! but just for a change went to iphone 6, then kept waiting for htc one m9. but... HTC letted me down with there fail flagship M9. so i just sold my iphone 6 and went to samsung galaxy s6 edge. atleast its the best android phone available so far. thats why
posted on Jun 15, 2015, 5:57 AM 0
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HTC has been making some great phones lately, but then they cheap out on the cameras, and give sales to the other manufacturers. Plus, they have had some weird marketing, like that whole Robert Downey H.T.C. commercial line. HTC needs to get everything together for their next phone, to have a winner.
posted on Jun 15, 2015, 8:01 AM 0
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