Wednesday, 5 February 2014

HTC to sell wearable device

Troubled telephone maker's chair tells Bloomberg she expects the discharge can facilitate gyrate the company's slippy fortunes.

HTC plans to start merchandising a wearable device by the top of the year, HTC chair Cher Wang told Bloomberg, confirming long-standing rumors that the troubled telephone maker would jump into the wearable computing fray.

"Many years past we have a tendency to started watching smartwatches and wearables, however we have a tendency to believe that we actually ought to solve the battery issues and also the alphanumeric display lightweight issues

One report control that the corporate was already engaged on a smartwatch that may snap photos.
In addition to Apple's much-rumored interest within the market, HTC are going to be growing against the likes of rival Samsung, that jumped into the wearable market in Sep with its camera-equipped Galaxy Gear smartwatch. alternative players already within the market embody the stone Watch, Sony SmartWatch a pair of, and FitBit Force.

The Taiwanese telephone maker has struggled recently within the face of fierce competition from Apple and Samsung. A decline in its mobile market share last year resulted within the company reportage its initial quarterly internet loss in additional than ten years.

Last month, HTC denote a income of NT$310 million ($10 million) for the fourth quarter compared with NT$1.01 billion ($34 million) within the year-ago amount. Aggressive cut and also the sale of its remaining twenty five % stake in Beats physical science for $265 million helped the corporate avoid its second-consecutive quarterly loss.

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