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What happened to HTC smartphones?

What happened to HTC smartphones?

In the eyes of many users, HTC, therefore, has lost its reputation. It later started producing top models under various new names, but they never reached the popularity of Desire. In the meantime, Google bought a part of HTC’s phone business and started producing Pixels.

Is HTC discontinued?

The HTC of 2018 is not the HTC that made these industry-leading devices. That company is gone. It seems HTC is getting ready to lay off nearly a quarter of its workforce by cutting 1,500 jobs in its manufacturing unit in Taiwan. After the cuts, HTC’s employee count will be less than 5,000 people worldwide.

Who manufactures HTC phones?

HTC Corporation
HTC Corporation is a manufacturer of smartphones in Taiwan. It used to be called High Tech Computer Corporation and now is called HTC by lots of people. The company first made smartphones based on Microsoft’s Windows Mobile operating system, but in 2009 it started to make smartphones based on Android operating system.

How do I know if my phone is international version?

By checking the model number of your phone in internet. Most probably,Gsmarena’s site will show up in 1st or 2nd place which will specify whether it’s CDMA or GSM or international. For Example,if you have Samsung Galaxy S3,then the model number -GT-I9300 – is international without LTE.

How do I know if my phone will work abroad?

Be sure you have an Unlocked GSM phone Call your current operator’s customer support and explain you want to use your phone overseas. Ask if the phone is SIM-unlocked. Place a SIM from another operator in your phone and see if the phone recognizes the other operator’s network.

How do Simless phones work?

A SIM free phone can come locked or unlocked. If it is unlocked, then any SIM card that physically fits will work. If it is locked, then you must insert a matching SIM or unlock the phone. All phones sold on Mobile Fun are both SIM free and unlocked, meaning they come without a SIM card, and will work on all networks.