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  • Sales of handsets, mostly smartphones, in the Taiwan market increased to 640,000 units in October, up 18.5% on month and 10.3% on year, driven by brisk sales of iPhone devices and...
  • HTC has dismissed recent speculation claiming it would quit the smartphone market with its latest U12+ being the last of its models.
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    HTC has unveiled an enterprise version of its standalone Vive Focus VR device along with a set of VR solutions and development tools including Vive Wave VR SDK and Vive Sync as it...
  • Taiwan handsets – 3Q 2018

    Thursday 15 November 2018
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    Taiwan's handset shipments increased 5.5% sequentially, but dropped 6.8% on year to come to 21.8 million units in the third quarter of 2018.
  • HTC sees losses widen in 3Q18

    Wednesday 14 November 2018
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    HTC has reported net losses of NT$2.603 billion (US$84.26 million) for the third quarter of 2018, widening from a net loss of NT$2.1 billion seen a quarter earlier. EPS was negative...
  • HTC sees revenues rebound in October

    Wednesday 7 November 2018
    HTC saw its revenues rebound 4.1% on month to NT$1.307 billion (US$42.53 million) in October, ending a slew of downward spirals. Nevertheless, the monthly figures were still down...
  • Huawei+smartphone+sales+gaining+momentum+in+Taiwan
    Huawei beat HTC and Sony Mobile Communications for the first time to take the fifth title in terms of unit shipments in Taiwan's smartphone market in September with a 5.8% share,...
  • HTC+Exodus+1+blockchain+smartphone
    HTC has launched the early access period for its first blockchain phone, the Exodus 1. This early access version of the device can be obtained using either Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum...
  • HTC has announced the availability of its Vive 6DoF (6 degrees of freedom) Developer Kit for its Vive Wave ecosystem and showcased several 6DoF interactive pieces of VR content and...
  • HTC+to+sell+Vive+Focus+in+Taiwan
    HTC will begin to sell its standalone business-use Vive Focus VR headsets in the Taiwan market at the end of October, priced at NT$23,900 (US$733) aiming to ramp up its revenues for...
  • HTC saw its revenues fall 9.35% on month and 80.71% on year to a 15-year low of NT$1.26 billion (US$40.69 million) in September.
  • Despite efforts by makers including Samsung Electronics, HTC, Sony and Oculus to accelerate the development of the VR industry globally, sales of VR devices, particularly, the high-end...
  • HTC+chief+decentralized+officer+Phip+Chen
    HTC will launch its first blockchain-powered smartphone, the HTC Exodus, on schedule, with plans to start taking pre-orders in October and delivering the gadget in December 2018,...
  • Samsung%27s+Galaxy+Note+9+enjoys+strong+sales+in+Taiwan+in+August+
    Samsung Electronics overtook Apple to become the top vendor in Taiwan's smartphone market in August with a 19.6% share in terms of sales volume, buoyed by strong sales of its Galaxy...
  • The leading group of smartphone brands in China, including Huawei, Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo, have actually become the mainstream vendors in the global market recently as they have greatly...
  • HTC August sales remain in doldrums

    Friday 7 September 2018
    HTC saw its revenues hit a new low of NT$1.39 billion (US$45.2 million) in August as its latest flagship model the HTC U12+ launched in June has failed to give momentum to its smartphone...
  • HTC unveils HTC U12 life in Taiwan

    Friday 31 August 2018
    HTC has expanded its HTC U12 lineup by introducing a new model, the U12 life, into the Taiwan market. Price of the new model, which targets the mid-range segment, will be announced...
  • Taiwan handsets - 2Q 2018

    Friday 24 August 2018
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    Taiwan handset shipments increased 16.1% sequentially and 0.3% on year to arrive at 20.66 million units in the second quarter.
  • HTC has announced that its Viveport VR app store will be made available to Oculus Rift HMD (head-mounted device) players starting September 4. Meanwhile, the company is also extending...
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    HTC has reported consolidated revenues of NT$1.4 billion (US$45.7 million) for July, down 37.23% on month and 77.41% on year. The monthly figures were the lowest since August 2003.
  • As China smartphone vendor Huawei is set to release the world's first 5G-enabled smartphone in June 2019, its supply chain partners have been gradually finalized, with Taiwan-based...
  • HTC has said that India is an important market for the company and that it will continue to invest in the country in the right segments and at the right time, according to a Chinese-language...
  • HTC+chief+decentralized+officer+Phip+Chen
    HTC has announced that it plans to release its first blockchain-enabled smartphone, the HTC Exodus, to early adopters in the third quarter of 2018, followed by a wider release to...
  • HTC sales remain low in June

    Monday 9 July 2018
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    HTC saw its revenues dip 8.81% on month and 67.64% on year to NT$2.23 billion (US$73.24 million) in June, as the release of its new flagship model HTC U12+ in late May appeared to...
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    HTC has announced that it plans to lay off 1,500 employees in its smartphone manufacturing department in Taiwan as part of its restructuring efforts.
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