HTC will release fewer phones next year? A new report is suggesting that the Taiwan-based smartphone company will retail less phones next year, but will bite the Android 4.0 by the end of Q2.
HTC is reportedly set to change its smartphone strategy, from “one smartphone a month-like” strategy to Apple-like fewer phones. According to the report, the Asian-based company “will be quiet” for the most of the first three months of 2012, but a high-end phone with Android 4.0 is reportedly poised to join the market by mid 2012, the HTC Elite.
Also due next year according to the mill, an HTC phone with Windows Phone operating system and with 4G LTE will also join the AT&T lineup.
The company’s latest smartphone in the US phone market is the HTC Rezound of Verizon Wireless, a 4G LTE Android-based device with 720p screen resolution, dual-core CPU, 8-megapixel camera and the Beats Audio branding/technology. Apparently, the Rezound is currently not the popular Android phone of Verizon due to lack of Android 4.0, the latest and greatest version of the Google platform yet.
Via Boy Genius Report.
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