HTC to quit low-end smartphone market - Irish Examiner

HTC is to exit the low-end smartphone market in 2017, as revealed in a report from Digital Trends on HTC's fourth-quarter earnings call. HTC to quit low-end smartphone market. Describing the low-end smartphone market as 'ultra-competitive', HTC CFO ...

HTC plans to exit the low-end smartphone market in 2017 - Digital Trends

HTC's canning most, if not all, of its affordable smartphone line. If your heart's set on an HTC phone this year, you'll have to spend big bucks. HTC has apparently had it with low-cost, low-margin smartphones. That's according to company boss Chia-Lin ...

HTC To Pull Out From Entry-Level Smartphone Market, Will Focus On Midrange And High-End Phones Instead - Tech Times

HTC is pulling back from the entry-level smartphone market, reports say, opting to release six or seven exclusively top-tier smartphones this year. Its entry-level phones presently at retailers, however, will continue being sold. ( HTC | Facebook ...

HTC bins budget smartphone biz to focus on 'profitability' - The INQUIRER

POOR OLD HTC has announced that it plans to exit the entry-level smartphone market because, frankly, it's not making any money. Speaking during the company's fourth quarter earnings call this week, Chia-Lin Chang, HTC's president of smartphones and ...

HTC to cut back on entry-level smartphones - The Mobile Indian

However, the entry-level smartphones which are currently in the market will get the support. Following its poor fourth quarter results, HTC has now decided to skip entry-level smartphones and stream down to only high-end and mid-range devices in future.

HTC to back out of entry-level smartphone market to focus on mid and high-end phones - Tech2

Following a dismal earnings call, HTC has announced that it plans to exit the entry-level smartphone market and focus on high-margin devices. Speaking to the media, HTC stated that it would continue to sell and support existing entry-level smartphones ...

HTC to Stop Making Entry-Level Phones and Focus on Profitability: Report - NDTV

HTC recently reported its seventh consecutive quarterly loss which seems to have forced the company to streamline its product portfolio. A new report says that the Taiwanese handset maker will exit the entry-level smartphone market going forward.

HTC to make at most 7 phones this 2017, entry-level out - SlashGear

HTC's smartphone business has long been in trouble that it has almost become a guessing game when it would fold. The Taiwanese manufacturer has stubbornly refused to budge, however, having no other fallback in the meantime. But now that its Vive VR ...

HTC Ditching Low-Cost Smartphones For 2017, Will Focus On High-End Devices Instead - International Business Times

HTC is mostly known for its high-end smartphones, but the company has also released some entry-level devices as well. However, it appears that HTC will solely focus on high-end device this year. In a conference call earlier this week, HTC said that it ...

If you want a 2017 HTC phone, it won't come cheap - TrustedReviews

HTC has announced it is exiting the budget smartphone market as it seeks to shore-up profit margins by focusing on higher-end handsets. During its earnings call earlier this week, the company revealed plans to drop entry-level phones from its 2017 line-up.

HTC Plans to Get Out of Entry Level Market in 2017, Intends to Produce At Most 7 Smartphones - XDA Developers (blog)

HTC had a brief period where its devices in the mid and budget ranges started catching on in the Indian market. While they were not uber-popular, devices like the HTC Explorer (pico) had their own user base and could be seen frequently in urban areas.

HTC's Vive follow-up is a mobile VR device, will launch by the end of the year - Neowin

While the PS VR, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive are the most well-known top end virtual reality headsets at the moment, people's curiosity regarding future iterations of these devices is justified. We might just have an idea of what HTC is planning. The ...

HTC U Ultra Camera Review: Photo and video samples and tests - Recombu

HTC U Ultra camera review: Whilst a successor to the flagship HTC 10 is supposedly just around the corner, the new HTC U Ultra looks to offer a top-tier experience right now, and that includes its camera capabilities.

HTC to launch new VR headset, powered by mobile but with more features than most - Android Community

With most of the heavy hitters launching their entries into the virtual reality (VR) market last year, it's time for a little more diversification in the growing VR industry. At least, that's what HTC thinks as it announced that the Taiwan-based ...

HTC to only make high-end phones this year, will ditch cheap ones - Pocket-lint.com

During its earnings call earlier this week, the company announced it will ditch cheap smartphones later this year, according to Phonescoop. HTC promised to support cheap phones that have been released, but it wants to focus on high-margin, high-end ...

HTC: Yeah, We're Not Making Any More Cheap Phones - Max Buondonno (press release) (blog)

HTC has announced on a conference call (via Phonescoop) that they're not making cheap phones anymore, therefore leaving the low-end handset market for good. Instead, they'll focus on flagships and high-end devices that can generate higher gross ...

HTC U Play, U Ultra now up for pre-order in the UK, will ship starting March 1 - Android Community

The HTC U smartphones are now listed for pre-order in the United Kingdom. Delivery will begin on March 1 so you still have a couple of weeks to place your order this early. HTC has been telling you that the new HTC phones are all about “U” so take ...

HTC plans to stop making entry-level phones - PhoneDog

HTC has said that it plans to release fewer phones in 2017, and this week the company shed a bit more light on how it'll accomplish that. During its Q4 2016 earnings call, HTC revealed that it will ditch the entry-level phone market and focus on high ...

Is VR a Bunch of BS? Consumer Adoption Rates Seem to Say So - Dealerscope

On the back of recent news that Best Buy and Facebook are shutting down 40 percent of the Oculus demo stations at Best Buy locations around the country, the Wall Street Journal ran a report that highlights a rather bleak trend for the virtual reality ...

Budget breakup: HTC is done with entry-level phones, for now - TechRadar

HTC is getting out of the entry-level phone business this year, focusing instead on mid-range premium and flagship devices that it hopes bring in profits. The phone maker made the announcement on an earnings call with investors and analysts following ...