There most be someone who wants an old and slow device...where are you???
Old hardware in a extremely fugly device... If they would pay me to use it, i wouldn't.
Bottom end spec,sold as mid-range at HTC's usual premium price..
They will sell as many of this as they did 10's.
Anyone seen any figures for how few 10's have been sold ?
AnonD-296347, 11 Jan 2017I hope HTC will get bancrupt soonYeah. What a shame. They've built some great phones in the past.
Powered by the ancient snapdragon 400? Why would anyone buy this crap.
HTC is so prolific you wonder if it's their way of advertising. The problem is it confuses people. They said before they're reducing their product range and then they proceed to do the exact opposite. This is how to run a company into the ground.
HTC shares slid all over the place in December. If these are their redemption strategies, they can kiss their reputation in the mobile industry goodbye. The HTC Ocean looks very strong, but I'm sure it won't capture the market all on its own. At a time when midrangers run Snapdragon 652s, a Snap 400 is a disgrace for any device, let alone a brand new product from a respectable brand.