HTC To Come With its 5G Phone in 2020 Soon | Mobiles

HTC will launch a 5G smartphone this year, the company's CEO Yves Maitre reportedly told a publication.

HTC To Come With its 5G Phone in 2020 Soon | Mobiles
HTC will launch a 5G smartphone this year, the company's CEO Yves Maitre reportedly told a publication.

In an interview, he shared that HTC will invest heavily in the 5G connected functions segment and as it sees many development possibilities in the Taiwan market. As of now, there are no important points on the specs of the phone or when it will be introduced however it is being suspected that HTC will work with Qualcomm to make this possible.

 

According to a report of Mashdigi, Yves did not make clear on what their plans for the 5G cellphone will be, so it is uncertain whether or not the enterprise will launch a mid-tier 5G smartphone or more than one devices in extraordinary charge segments.

 

Over 12 months ago, HTC labored with US wireless operator Sprint to get into the 5G network market after which it released its 5G hub.

 

HTC is also investing in virtual imaginative and prescient content material that will be powered with the aid of 5G. Reportedly, the agency will proceed to focal point on the modern virtual vision applications with appreciation to the HTC Vive Cosmos collection and the HTC Vive series. Along with that, it will work on its augmented reality applications. The enterprise believes there is still room for growth when it comes to augmented fact applications so it will take its time with new launches of associated applications.

 

HTC is predicted to be present at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2020 scheduled for March sixteen in San Francisco. Its Vive unit will hold the Vive Developer Summit on March 17. It is anticipated that HTC Vive Cosmos Elite, Vive Sync, HTC Vive Cosmos Play, and HTC Vive Cosmos XR will be current on the exhibit floor. As of now, it appears that the organization will nevertheless attend the tournament, unlike Sony and Facebook which selected to back out of the conference over coronavirus concerns.