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Technology HTC plans to release its first 5G phone in 2020

05:25  24 february  2020
05:25  24 february  2020 Source:   engadget.com

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HTC may be pouring most of its energy into VR headsets, but it hasn't forgotten about its (frankly languishing) smartphone range. Company chief Yves Maitre said in an interview that HTC 's first 5 G phone launches sometime in 2020 . He didn't provide any clues as to the specs, although high-end

In 2020 , HTC will focus more on visual based content which will be driven by applications connected Unfortunately, finer details regarding HTC ’s first 5 G handset are still unknown and the interview Although it is unclear if a series launch is planned with a mid range smartphone alongside a high end

HTC may be pouring most of its energy into VR headsets, but it hasn't forgotten about its (frankly languishing) smartphone range. Company chief Yves Maitre said in an interview that HTC's first 5G phone launches sometime in 2020. He didn't provide any clues as to the specs, although high-end models may come first. HTC doesn't necessarily have to release a flagship when MediaTek and Qualcomm both have 5G-equipped processors aimed at mid-tier phones.

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Maitre characterized this as part of a larger push for 5G-friendly applications, including virtual reality. While 5G can be finicky, the extra bandwidth and lower latency are very helpful for VR apps where even small delays and hiccups can be frustrating (or even nauseating).

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No dates have been released yet, but it'll likely be through the March 6 launch of the Samsung Galaxy S20 5 G phone . The company has plans to bring 5 G to homes in other US cities but it ' s unclear when it will take place. They include Cleveland OH, Chicago IL, Houston TX, Dallas TX, Seattle WA

HTC could release its first 5 G model next year and charge no more than 3 for the “entry-level” device, he forecasts. Then, over the years, a lack of marketing combined with rising competition from Chinese phone handsets and a global slowdown in phone buying cut into HTC ’s profits, as the

Whether or not HTC can still make a splash is another matter. As XDAobserved, the company is nowhere near its heyday and hasn't released a top-end device since the U12+ in 2018. It's now known for budget or niche devices like its Bitcoin-focused Exodus 1s. However, the 5G news suggests that HTC is still committed to phones -- even if they're not as important to the company's bottom line as they were a few years ago.

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OnePlus invests $30M into 5G research and development .
The maker of budget-friendly phones intends to keep up when it comes to network speeds.The company will invest almost $30 million to upscale and improve its 5G research and development labs, according to a release Thursday. The funds will go into areas such as radio frequency circuits, antennas and multimedia.

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