8 news items tagged Brew Mobile Platform
HTC likely to supply Verizon with Brew MP-based handsetsTuesday 7 June 2011
HTC, having begun shipping its Qualcomm's Brew MP-based handset to AT&T, is expected to also supply other Brew MP-enabled models to Verizon Wireless, according to industry sour...
HTC to launch Brew smartphone Freestyle via AT&T in USMonday 10 January 2011
HTC will launch HTC Freestyle, its second Brew Mobile Platform (Brew MP) smartphone following HTC Smart launched in January 2010, through cooperation with AT&T in the US market...
Taiwan market: Motorola to launch Android- and Brew-enabled handsetsFriday 23 July 2010
Motorola will launch two entry-level Android smartphones and a touch-screen handset based on Qualcomm's Brew Mobile Platform in August in cooperation with carrier Far EasTone Telecommunications...
China market: HTC aims to ship 4-5 million handsets in 2011, says CEOTuesday 6 April 2010
HTC expects sales of its handsets through its partner Dopod in the China market to reach 4-5 million units in 2011, according to company CEO and president Peter Chou.
HTC expects to extend its advantages in 3G to 4G; to unveil HTC Smart in Taipei soonTuesday 23 March 2010
HTC, while having made much investment in 4G technology, expects to capitalize on its existing advantages in the global 3G mobile telecom market to become a leader as well when the...
HTC focusing on strengthening global brand awareness and market share in 2010Wednesday 27 January 2010
High Tech Computer (HTC) will pursue a strategy to strengthen the global image of its own-brand products and to boost its market share in 2010, according to company CEO Peter Chou.
CES 2010: HTC unveils Qualcomm Brew MP-based HTC Smart handsetFriday 8 January 2010
HTC has unveiled its latest smartphone, the HTC Smart, at the ongoing CES 2010. The HTC Smart will be available this spring across Europe and Asia.
Acer to launch 8-10 smartphones in 2010; to adopt ST-Ericsson 3G solutions for Android modelsTuesday 22 December 2009
Acer plans to launch 8-10 new smartphones in 2010 with Android-powered models likely to be slightly more than Windows Mobile-based ones, according to sources at Taiwan handset indu...