HTC solves its supply issues, HTC One production will double

HTC solves its supply issues, HTC One production will double
The HTC One was announced way back in February with the intention of landing on store shelves before the Samsung Galaxy S4 and thus gaining traction and needed momentum, but supply issues plagued the launch for HTC and it was pushed back. Now, three months after the initial announcement HTC has finally worked out its supply kinks and is ready to double production for its HTC One flagship.

The doubling will happen in May compared to April shipments as component shortages will no longer be an issue.

Not just that production of the HTC One will continue growing in June as well to meet what HTC North Asia president Jack Tong says is “strong demand.”

"Our capacity is expected to rise significantly starting from mid-May. We are optimistic about our high-end sales during April and June," Tong said.

HTC officially confirmed it was having issues with supply for its UltraPixel camera, an unconventional 4-megapixe. sensor that had to be manufactured specifically for HTC as no other company is using it.

source: Focus Taiwan via ZDNet

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  • Camera 4 MP (Single camera)
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  • Battery 2300 mAh
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