HTC delay the release of its brand new flagship phone scheduled for the year. The company that invented the smartphones had revealed a similar model as part of MWC and has now blamed delivery issues as the reason for the delay. HTC is a fan of HTC Facebook on the Facebook page in response to a request by an unrepentant customer from an unrepentant customer in his home country, Taiwan The coronavirus outbreak is currently creating problems for the supply chain across the globe which is preventing the introduction of the new HTC smartphones.
New Model Targeting ‘Metaverse’ Features
A representative from the company has confirmed that they’re developing new products however their release is delayed for the reasons that were mentioned. There was no further information regarding the delay, nor an estimated date for the launch of the new devices. If HTC will also offer its latest flagship globally is not certain.
Its company in the past was forced to announce its lowest sales in the past 20 years because of declining demand due to the rise in inflation and other causes and other factors, is now an expensive pastime for chief executive officer and the billionaire Cher Wang. The company recently focused specifically on the HTC Vive range of VR solutions, and offers smartphones on a limited scale, particularly in Taiwan.
HTC’s most recent flagship model was the Exodus 1, which was made to deal with cryptocurrencies. The new flagship phone, which was scheduled for release in April 2022, is said to feature one of the specializations and is targeted towards what’s known as the “Metaverse”. According to reports, developers are focused on VR or AR applications, but it’s not clear how much a premium smartphone will play a part in this particular area.