htc: HTC to launch a new flagship smartphone on June 28: What to expect

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HTC’s upcoming handset is expected to debut initially in select markets that might exclude India. An HTC executive reportedly confirmed the development of the smartphone at MWC 2022. However, the company is yet to reveal the official details of the smartphone which is expected to come out before the formal launch event.

HTC is set to make a comeback to the smartphone segment yet again. The company has officially confirmed the launch date of its metaverse-focused smartphone. HTC Taiwan’s Facebook page has revealed an official poster that has confirmed the upcoming phone to be launched on June 28. The company is yet to clarify the timing of its launch event The poster also announces that the device will integrate its open-source metaverse platform called Viveverse. Earlier reports suggested that the upcoming device was meant to unveil in April, however, the company had to postpone it for supply chain issues. According to GSMArena, HTC collaborated with Taiwan Mobile, Chunghwa Telecom and FarEasTone to develop the new smartphone and add it to their product portfolios.
HTC new phone expected availability
HTC’s upcoming handset is expected to debut initially in select markets that might exclude India. An HTC executive reportedly confirmed the development of the smartphone at MWC 2022. However, the company is yet to reveal the official details of the smartphone which is expected to come out before the formal launch event.
HTC new phone expected features
The upcoming smartphone from HTC is expected to offer a seamless Viverse experience and is expected to `be integrated with HTC Vive AR and VR headsets. Rumours suggest that the upcoming device is likely to be a ‘flagship’ Android smartphone so it might feature high-end chipsets like the Snapdragon 8-series or MediaTek’s Dimensity 9000 SoC. The smartphone might also feature augmented reality app support.
HTC continues to offer affordable mid-budget segment smartphones that are available in fewer countries. The company’s devices were once popular in India and HTC even partnered with Google to launch the old-gen Nexus devices. Google’s parent Alphabet acquired a large part of HTC’s smartphone business in 2018.
Also Read: Meta has opened its first physical Metaverse store in Caifornia in May. Click here for more details.

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