Anonymous, 28 Jun 2022The c did very well. You have no clueThe C did so well that they were selling it out with huge discounts and never introduced a successor... Instead they came with SE, which happened to be far more successful.
Anonymous, 28 Jun 2022When everyone is competing to get the best phone, HTC Desire 22pro is coming up with an old de... moreHTC is taking the page from Nokia's playbook. Release trash phone with low end chipset and call it a day.
Neither the "22" number justifies the upgrade, nor there is anything "Pro" about this phone. HTC is clearly finding shortcuts to exit the market.
When everyone is competing to get the best phone, HTC Desire 22pro is coming up with an old design and poor configuration, just a name device, HTC will not be successful again. If you want to survive in this market, you have to bring a unique device and a good quality phone.
Anonymous, 28 Jun 202212 Mini and 13 Mini are not success. Reason no more Mini. 5% of sales while bigger brother h... moreYou're both wrong. The minis are successful just not as popular as the bigger models
blue, 28 Jun 2022Because Apple only does things that are successful. "C" series was not, so they neve... more12 Mini and 13 Mini are not success. Reason no more Mini.
5% of sales while bigger brother has near 40%.
5c and priced close to 5s. No finger scanner, older CPU, plastic back, plastic frame.
5s was far better phone.
Anonymous, 28 Jun 2022Samsung and Apple can, but will never because they know ppl accept any trash they put on sale.... moreBecause Apple only does things that are successful. "C" series was not, so they never came with another one. Instead they have iPhone SE with a decade old body.
While I understand a number of complaina and even about the headphone port. In honesty... mostly just to compare to other $400 phones from regular brands like Samsung, Sony, etc it's not terrible. And has fast wireless charging. Something not as easy to find on a device if the price.
Yes other markets and brands that target specs but not the norm. And the only reason the iPhone se does is because it's modeled off the body of the 8.... which was also the first iphone to incorporate it years after other phones did.
Winlee, 28 Jun 2022You are trying to prove that Motorola's innovation died. Have you known Motorola has &quo... moreAre you kidding me? Did you know samsung put more money and time in the tech than moto?
And still released the phone for less money with less issues and dramatically better hardware and software support??
The razr was a $1500 phone with $400 phone specs and the software support of a $100-$400 phone. Ironed out most issues??? Don't make me laugh. Buggy as hell, barely compatible with other networks. Esim that is a huge pain to work with. Worse battery life with supposedly more efficient chip. Much lesser hardware and features. Better than dex? Get real
Eric20, 28 Jun 2022HTC announces a desire to exit the market while carrying a Snapdragon 695 in pocket. 😂🤣🤣🤣🤣
HTC could have had a winner, only by having a 3xTelephoto module. Everything else seems fine.
LOL, HTC became professional to make people laugh...!
kek, 28 Jun 2022Not only is really expensive, its almost on the level of the Xperia 10 IV, but even the Xperia... moreBoth are dead.
Bring back the Nokia 8 series, Arte and Scirocco back. Premium materials version.
Not only is really expensive, its almost on the level of the Xperia 10 IV, but even the Xperia has the 3.5mm jack, and OIS on its main sensor.
This device is dead, and so is HTC. I have no more hopes from them and one wonders which will die first: HTC or HMD
[deleted post]Samsung and Apple can, but will never because they know ppl accept any trash they put on sale.
I am surprised Apple has not brought back C series with plastic back so far. Something like XR but plastic back.
HTC announces a desire to exit the market while carrying a Snapdragon 695 in pocket. 😂
Winlee, 28 Jun 2022You are trying to prove that Motorola's innovation died. Have you known Motorola has &quo... moreYes, Motorola's innovation has been dead for a long time, since Motorola is just Lenovo. They don't produce flexible displays, they order them from another manufacturer. A larger display is not a proof of innovation, just a different attitude. And the rest of Razr? Poor, very poor.
And yes, Motorola is a cheap brand these days. Just a generic Chinese producer, nothing more. Of this year's phones just one, maybe two worth of interest, and then twenty cheap craps worth literally nothing.
I do wish HTC goes back to the smartphone game. They've had great designs that I previously loved. With LG out of the smartphone business, the market needs another competitor so we just don't get the same old Apple Samsung or Chinese phones flooding the marketplace