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HTC produces new models of smartphones to bring them to the market in the coming months



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HTC produces new models of smartphones to bring them to the market in the coming months


Though many thought she was dead, HTC is more alive than ever. The New Taipei-based company works on the production of new smartphones to bring them to market before the end of the year and during the first months of 2019. This was declared by the company to the local Digitimes, in this way several negative speculations that circulated during the last part of the year are ruled out.

HTC says that smartphones have become “an indispensable part” of modern life and that VR technology, in which it plays a leading role with the Vive brand, will be crucial to the evolution of mobile devices. The company will continue to optimize its virtual reality platform to offer ever richer AR/VR content. In addition, it will participate in the integration of cutting-edge technologies such as AI, 5G and blockchain.

All about the new HTC smartphones

The company says that a variant with more memory of the HTC U12 Life will be released by the end of 2018. Instead of having 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, it will have 6GB + 128GB. However, we have to wait to see what the new HTC device will be like.

It is necessary to point out that this year the company launched the first mobile that can be bought only with cryptocurrenciesthe HTC Exodus.

HTC Exodus Features

The HTC Exodus is priced at 0.15 BTC, about 561 euros as of today. This price goes up or down depending on the value of Bitcoin in the market.

It is now an official fact that HTC will continue to launch phones in the coming months. If the company wants to innovate, it can do so via blockchain since it is the only one that has ventured into this field despite not having much popularity within the Android universe. And you, what do you expect from the new HTC phones?

Source | HDBlog