HTC top manager confirms: HTC has not given up, working on future flagships

HTC is in a pretty bad shape: very few people are buying its phones and the HTC 10 that it worked hard on was available on the U.S. market only for a few months until carriers decided to prematurely stop selling it...
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37 Comments

28. Gerry323

Posts: 2; Member since: Dec 08, 2016

I literally made an account just so I can post something OK HTC are amazing phones I'm a die hard fan of HTC but I do think if people were to buy an HTC phone is that the price would have be lowered and people really miss the front facing speakers maybe on a 5.5 screen adding a finger print scanner , big battery, and front facing speakers can be added also using an the amoled that would attract more buyers to buy an HTC phone I personally love HTC I really hope HTC doesn't stop making high quality phones that would be a shame

29. Gerry323

Posts: 2; Member since: Dec 08, 2016

I literally made an account just so I can post something OK HTC are amazing phones I'm a die hard fan of HTC but I do think if people were to buy an HTC phone is that the price would have be lowered and people really miss the front facing speakers maybe on a 5.5 screen adding a finger print scanner , big battery, and front facing speakers can be added also using an the amoled that would attract more buyers to buy an HTC phone I personally love HTC I really hope HTC doesn't stop making high quality phones that would be a shame

34. andriodfanboy1

Posts: 168; Member since: Jul 22, 2014

Guys anyone help me! Im planning on upgrading from s5. But im confused between s7 edge and htc 10 coz speaker quality anx camera quality are my main priorities.?htc has best currently available speaker and good camera and Samsung s7e got best camera and average or maybe below average speaker quality. Any suggestions will be very helpful. Thanks

35. Carnagevisor

Posts: 2; Member since: Dec 09, 2016

In my experience, htc has always made the best quality phones. Never ever had a problem. I had the HTC 1 m9 and accidentally broke it. The replacement I received was a Samsung Galaxy edge. Worse phone ever.

36. Carnagevisor

Posts: 2; Member since: Dec 09, 2016

In my experience, htc has always made the best quality phones. Never ever had a problem. I had the HTC 1 m9 and accidentally broke it. The replacement I received was a Samsung Galaxy edge. Worse phone ever.

38. johnh3

Posts: 143; Member since: Aug 23, 2012

I dont know how its going for HTC, but I think they feel the pressure from many brands from mainland China. OnePlus 3T, LeEco, soon Oppo going for the US market to. Also new brands on the rise like Vernee that get some traction in Russia and Europe etc.. Sony is struggling to but they doing camera sensors for other brands and in that aspect they have more resources. I guess a solution would be if Google bought HTC and use them for all future Pixel phones.

39. Shamoy

Posts: 112; Member since: Dec 28, 2013

Sony should collaborate with HTC. Together they will find success, alone they won't.
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