A former giant of the smartphone industry, Taiwanese HTC has been on the sidelines for years. The reasons should probably be sought in the influx of cheap Chinese brands, but also insufficient investment in marketing due to the limited product portfolio, unlike rivals such as Samsung.
In the meantime, they tried something with obscure Exodus phones focused on cryptocurrencies and Blockchain.
It’s been four years since their last true flagship phone the HTC U12 +, and they were supposed to unveil their new flagship phone in April, but that didn’t happen.
That new phone of theirs allegedly has virtual (VR) and augmented reality (AR) in focus, although it is not yet clear how and in what way.
Today, the company announces the event of the presentation of the HTC Viverse device, and although they do not confirm this, everyone is convinced that it is a new flagship phone.
What it will be like and what it will offer, we will find out how things stand on 28.6.
It is known that this new phone will be offered by Taiwanese operators, and whether it will be available in global markets is unknown.