HTC please. You have got a lot of entry level phones in ur portfolio. What u need to do is fix entry level prices for them. :P
AnonD-324565, 27 Dec 2014You should blame India's tax structure ( which gets compounded when you want to sell in retail... moreWhich brings back to the point that HTC cant compete with Xiaomi and others of similar pricing at entry level.
another brand to compete my moto g 2nd gen... just like asus..hahaha..nice try though
AnonD-286474, 26 Dec 2014816G(250$) nearly 2x the price Redmi Note(140$), both mediatek 820 (380$) with midrange spe... moreYou should blame India's tax structure ( which gets compounded when you want to sell in retail stores all over the country)
they plan will not succesfull if they price still above average and they're specs below than average
Fed up of all these small cheap phones, I want to hear news of expensive high end phablets and tablets, too many entry level and mid range devices out there.
Ditch Nano-SIM and sealed batteries and we're talking.
They are really popular in Taiwan but elsewhere not really...
HTC should instead focus on expensive Mid-range and Hi-end devices. Their Android flagship for next year is destined for success, however no one would want an HTC if they also release entry-level or cheap phones. I hope their entry level phones are priced at 500$ and above.
Anonymous, 26 Dec 2014As long as their devices won't use MTK processors they will be fine, if they will make a devic... moreWhat's wrong with MediaTek processors? Have you ever used a mobile with MTK inside? Qualcomm low end processor heat-up more than MTK processors (e.g Droid Razr M)
this would be my perfect HTC smartphone:
4.7 inch QHD screen
3 GB ram
20+ megapixel camera
boomsound stereo audio
stock 5.0 android
AnonD-325913, 26 Dec 2014HTC! Pls make a Bang for the buck phone for people. Motorola seems to have that market pinned down, as of late. I'd like to see more devices with 4.7 inch and 610/615 SoC. So far I've only seen one or two being planned.
Let me quess, they'll have LTE, as card support and won't be available in the states like many of their mid range phones... If their going to release some phones in the States do it right.. I wanted to buy the HTC 816 but it doesn't support T-mobile, same goes for the 820. Come on HTC, release some on tmobile for fucks sake
Strange Sony has just decided to cut their loses by doing the exactp opposite thing and HTC who was a step away from being bankrupt, will expand their share on the lower profit part of the market?
As long as their devices won't use MTK processors they will be fine, if they will make a device with Snapdragon 410, 1GB Ram and 8/16 GB ROM + microsd slot they will be onto something
tinka, 26 Dec 2014no.
just following a succesful business planHTC, are way,back their devices cost a bomb,considering the other brands.moreover their devices SPECS are outdated.their processors,RAM battery etc are vintage for the price they charge.
its a sinking ship.
AnonD-74875, 26 Dec 2014You crazy? Their recent devices are of totally appropriate price. Desire 820, 816 and 600 seri... more816G(250$) nearly 2x the price Redmi Note(140$), both mediatek
820 (380$) with midrange specs is more than 1.5x cost of last year flagship level mi3 (220$)
redmi 1s costs half the price of desire 620 even lesser in some markets
HTC is only decently cheaper in taiwan, ( desire 620 costs around 160$ which is its cheapest offering while it costs 235$ in India where it is costliest )
HTC can maybe compete with Samsung who are on the same trend not with Huawei, Xiaomi, ZTE, Meizu etc