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May 17, 2013

HTC ready to double its production


We all know that HTC has been hurting over the years. That’s why the announcement of their new flagship phone, the HTC One, was so important. What was also important was for HTC to deliver the One to the shelves before the Samsung Galaxy S4 hit. However, HTC was plagued with supply issues that pushed the release out. Well, it seems that HTC has finally figured out the process, after three months of delays!!!

HTC has announced that they have figured out the supply issues and are ready to double the production of the HTC One. This doubling should start to happen this month, as compared to Aprils volume. The production will continue to grow into June as HTC need to meet their “strong demand”, as stated by HTC North Asia president Jack Tong. Tong went on to say: “Our capacity is expected to rise significantly starting from mid-May. We are optimistic about our high-end sales during April and June.”

HTC has stated that it was having supply issues with the camera components to build the phones. Since this camera was designed specifically for the Taiwanese company, production could not be ramped. Now that this is fixed, we can all look forward to some of that HTC One love. Enjoy!!!

Source: PhoneArena

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I am an avid enthusiast of everything mobile. I have used many different platforms, including Blackberry, Android, iOS – and yes – even WebOS. I want to use my experience with these platforms, and my background in engineering, to give my thoughts on the functionality of current mobile technology and its impact on the industry. I hope to foster discussion on these topics, and I am looking forward to hearing from all of you.


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