AnonD-193739, 09 Oct 2013Microsoft killed nokia with wp8, now they almost killed HtcWow. Fanboys are delusional. You had to reach around the corner and through the trees to get to that conclusion.
I am htc user no doubt htc phones are very smart and stylish also works perfect the reason for getting loss is:
* Supply problem.
* Prices are too high as compared others.
* Marketing is not as it should be.
* Battery problem doesn't focused.
If htc think about above issues result could be better......
the world was a better place when only nokia phones are used by majority.
I know the is far from the sole contributing factor but I wonder how many others also just went for the Note 3, rather than wait for the One Max, as a result of them not wanting to confirm the details of it until well after the Note 3 was released. I might have waited if it had been announced formally and had met the grade but I definitely was not willing to wait for something that was elusive and frankly, late to the show.
Anonymous, 09 Oct 2013Nokia should've used Android. It is the future. Look at HTC...Hahahaha... Sarcasm
Lenovo shud think about acquiring BlackBerry...provides platform to develop its Android cum BB's OS...
Im a Lenovo a820 owner and really love Lenovo Device's, i had a HTC in the past and think that Lenovo is better brand. Hope that lenovo will stay great manufacturer and not goes to the ground like htc.
Interesting - maybe they wont suffer the poor man supplier issues that some of the component suppliers are showing them (HTC) currenlty.
Thinkpads are a quality product so maybe Lenovo will do a good job.
They are/were relentless with updates/fixes etc...
all i care is they don't change HTC design and ideas and they don't change htc name brand. i love the new htc and i want it to stay this way.
microsoft should buy it. HTC android+sense ui and nokia buit quality will surely kick out samsung of the market
Predicted the fall of Apple and Samsung with Lenovo and Xiaomi to take over. Never expected this to happen. This would be good though. Combine the HTC one and the Lenovo P780 and it would be a beast.