Watap, 28 Oct 2016HTC is expensive because it's not made in China. It's made in Taiwan, Taiwan is a high income... more.....they need compare built quality too before they talk of being overprice. Its flagships are not overpriced, worth the cost.
Qxdir, 27 Oct 2016Overpricing is killing them.HTC is expensive because it's not made in China.
It's made in Taiwan, Taiwan is a high income country.
Well done HTC!! You're here to stay. Slowly going up even after some Networks in the U.S abandoned your HTC 10.
HTC can count on my sympathy. I have used a number of HTC phones on Windows Mobile back in the days. They make some quality products.
Offtopic: Where is that photo taken on? Looks like a nice architecture piece on the background.
Way to go HTC.Been with you since xdaIIi. You are a world class company. Keep delivering top notch products.
HTC should start selling universal remote controls with Android. Hahahaha
You're the only hope in this Chinese-non safe-no 3.5 jack era
cool minimizing the loses is the first step to making profit, hope they do even better for next Quarter since i've always like the brand :D
Good news. Encouraging. Love your high end quality builds. Keep innovating.
LG G5 sells like cakes because of incredible price fall since launch (while HTC 10 still waits on the shelfs to be sold while LG V20 has already came in and S7 Edge is already cheaper). Insisting on the high price is a big mistake
bf1983, 27 Oct 2016You said it! Samsung has SD615 class processors for their mid range phones. Not great but dece... moreThat means Moto is the best Tier1 manufacturer in the budget category. I've gotten 5 Moto G4s for people at $150 and none have reported any issue whatsoever. In contrast A series of 2015 are all laggy, and 2016's are just too expensive for the same specs.
Anonymous, 27 Oct 2016HTC should focus on lowering their prices. Their Midrange and lower range smartphones either h... moreYou said it! Samsung has SD615 class processors for their mid range phones. Not great but decent.
HTC actually launched a mid range phone with a SD 400 chipset!
No wonder they didn't released the numbers for VR sales. Vive sold okay initially (just okay, due to its high price), but ever since then the sales are practically nonexistent (numbers dropped to less than 1%). Lack of content is killing VR all around. People got interested at the beginning, because it was a novelty, but nothing changed since. All you have is technical demos (or "VR experiences"). No fully fledged products, that would push the system sales forward. Their increase in revenue came from Samsung failure in Q3. Those 98% drop had to go somewhere and HTC got a bit of it too.