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Good news! HTC says they'll keep releasing phones for the foreseeable future

 

HTC used to be one of the darlings of the smartphone industry in the early days, but after several missteps, the company more or less called it quits. They do release a phone every now and then, but if you're a fan of HTC's phones, then you might be interested to learn that they aren't giving up completely.

 

In a report from GizmoChina, Huang Zhaoying, HTC's Senior Vice President of global business and marketing revealed that the company plans to release 1-2 new phones every year for the foreseeable future. Before you get too excited, don't expect to see any flagship phones.

 

Instead, the company seems to be looking towards releasing mid-range models using Qualcomm's Snapdragon 7 series of chipsets. This isn't a bad thing, though. While flagship phones have a lot of fancy, high-end features, most companies make the bulk of their money through entry-level and mid-range offerings which usually carry a higher profit margin.

 

Instead of spending more money investing in tech and competing with others like Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi, and so on, HTC might be playing it smart and safe by going with more established tech that's been proven to work. So if you're a HTC fan, then you can look forward to some new HTC phones in 2024.


HTC Launches a New Budget Smartphone

While it could be said that HTC is still in the process of making a comeback of sorts in the global Android smartphone market, the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer has been steadily launching a handful of budget handsets in developing regions.

 

More recently, HTC announced its latest addition to its affordable smartphone lineup, the HTC Wildfire E Star. Based on the specs sheet, the phone is clearly aimed at users on the hunt for a wallet-friendly Android device. The phone was initially spotted on HTC's African website, although there are currently no details regarding pricing and availability.

 

HTC Launches a New Budget Smartphone

 

Shipping with Android 12 Go, the phone comes with a 6.5-inch 720p display, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable storage, dual-SIM connectivity, a 3,000 mAh battery, USB-C connectivity, as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack. For cameras, the HTC Wildfire E Star features an 8MP main camera, joined by a rather basic 0.08MP secondary lens, with a 5MP selfie camera.

 

Based on the specs alone, the phone isn't meant to impress hardcore Android enthusiasts, but we imagine that it would be ideal for connecting people who'd like a first-time smartphone on a limited budget.


HTC U23 Pro reported, yet you presumably can't get it

 

HTC has had one foot out the door of the smartphone market for the longest time ever. Ever since Google bought HTC's design team all those years ago, the company hasn't really been releasing phones on a steady basis unlike its competitors, but they do surprise every now and then with a new handset.

 

Truth be told, the organization has as of late reported their most recent smartphone that comes as the HTC U23 Pro. This is a mid-officer with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chipset in the engine that is joined by 8-12GB of Slam and 256GB of stockpiling out of the crate. This capacity can be additionally extended through the utilization of a microSD card.

 

 

The display of the phone measures 6.7-inch and sports a Full HD+ goal with an OLED board and a 120Hz revive rate. On the rear of the phone you will actually want to find a quad camera arrangement, which is somewhat astonishing as many organizations are as yet shaking the triple camera arrangement.

 

This incorporates a 108MP primary shooter that upholds OIS, a 8MP ultrawide, a 5MP full scale, and a 2MP profundity sensor. The phone will run on Android 13 and will likewise be preinstalled with the VIVERSE application and will play pleasantly with HTC's VIVE XR Tip top blended reality headset. The HTC U23 Pro is estimated beginning at around $550 and until further notice, it appears to just be accessible for buy in Taiwan.


The HTC U23 Pro Signals a Rebound for the Once-Predominant Brand

 

HTC's present status is a somewhat inquisitive one - following quite a long while of relative idleness on the smartphone market, the Chinese OEM as of late sent off a couple of spending plan Android handsets under its name, albeit these weren't exactly the "rebound" that most HTC fans were expecting. Things could change soon be that as it may, essentially as per a release spotted on the web.

 

A few photographs and equipment specs were posted online from a source situated in China, which highlight a forthcoming phone right now alluded to as the "HTC U23 Pro 5G." The hole expresses that the gadget is accepted to be a model of sorts, and records three different model numbers which incorporate 2QC9200, 2QC9100, and 2QCB100.

 

The HTC U23 Pro Signals a Rebound for the Once-Predominant Brand

 

The phone accompanies a plan that is to some degree subsidiary of the Samsung System S22 Ultra and is guessed to accompany a polycarbonate construct, albeit the specs sheet appears to be a smidgen really encouraging. The U23 Pro is profoundly expected to include an AMOLED screen, and will be controlled by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chip, supported by 8GB of Smash and 256GB of locally available capacity.

 

The HTC U23 Pro Signals a Rebound for the Once-Predominant Brand

 

There's likewise a quad-camera arrangement with a 108MP fundamental camera, notwithstanding a 4600 mAh battery, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a side-mounted unique mark scanner. There's likewise Android 13 installed.

 

Considering that the main several HTC smartphones to spring up in quite a while aren't especially great, the U23 Pro 5G is turning out to be a serious midrange gadget, essentially from all that we've seen up to this point. Should the gadget get cleared for market discharge universally, it very well may be a decent indication of things to come for the once-loved Android brand.


Another HTC phone just made its presentation

 

HTC used to be one of the greatest smartphone brands once upon a time, particularly during the beginning of the smartphone where the organization pushed advances new and imaginative thoughts that could have been all in all too ahead of schedule for now is the ideal time. Nowadays, we don't actually see that a huge number from the organization, however it seems as though this year could be unique.

 

This is on the grounds that in what gives off an impression of being a shock uncover, the HTC Out of control fire E3 Light has been reported. This is definitely not a top of the line gadget so try to stay as cautiously optimistic as possible, but instead it is a section level one which ought to be perfect for the individuals who may be shopping on a tight spending plan and need a fair phone that won't burn through every last dollar.

 

As far as specs, the HTC Fierce blaze E3 Light will be controlled by a Unisoc SC9863 chipset and will be presented in 3/4GB Slam and 32/64GB capacity setups, with the last option supporting microSD extension in the event that you really want. It will likewise include the utilization of a 6.5-inch LCD screen with a HD+ goal that additionally houses a 5MP forward looking shooter.

 

On the back, there is a double camera module with a 13MP primary that is joined by a 2MP large scale. There will likewise be a 5,000mAh battery and the phone will accompany Android 12 preinstalled. It's not the most great of phones, yet like we said, given its specs it seems as though it will be a financial plan phone. It is normal to make a big appearance in the African business sectors and there is no word on whether we will see it show up stateside.

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