HTC gunning for a comeback to the Indian smartphone market on August 14

HTC is lastly re-entering the Indian smartphone market on August 14 with a new smartphone that shall be accessible by way of Flipkart.

HTC stopped its India operations in July 2018, failing to sustain with the Chinese competitors that introduced a lot greater worth for cash choices to the market. The subsequent months noticed India grow to be the fastest-growing smartphone market in the world and the adoption stored going up. It wasn’t simply India the place HTC the place was struggling as their world market share dipped under 1%. 

Unsurprisingly, the attract of the profitable Indian market has introduced them again. Reports from earlier this month state that HTC shall be returning with a new sequence of smartphones, tailored for the native market and presumably compete with the choices from Redmi and Realme in which have captured the market in a few quick years. 

A teaser video of the new cellphone was shared by HTC and Flipkart which talks about all the improvements that it has introduced to the smartphone sport, beginning with touch-sensitive shows, the first Android handset, steel our bodies, an optically stabilized entrance digital camera, and so forth. and ends with the define of an unknown handset with slim bezels and a waterdrop notch. Earlier rumours recommended that this is able to be a high-end cellphone however it’s extra doubtless to be a mid-ranger now. 

 HTC Wildfire? 

A chunk by GSMArena means that this upcoming HTC smartphone is probably going to be a new HTC Wildfire which is a mid-ranger. The purported specs embrace MediaTek Helio P23 chipset with 3GB of RAM. The show is predicted to be round 6.2-inches in dimension with an HD+ decision.

The again homes the twin digital camera module, with a 16MP main shooter and a secondary 5MP sensor. The entrance digital camera can also be a 16MP unit and the battery is rated at 3,500 mAh. 

These specs put the cellphone squarely in the price range class, the place the competitors affords Snapdragon 600 or 700 sequence processors. HTC will actually have to nail the pricing on this one in the event that they hope to seize a piece of the Indian market.

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