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HTC announce plans to sell HTC-branded smartphones in China

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HTC announce plans to sell HTC-branded smartphones in China

Coming by way of an official press release, HTC has announced plans to begin selling HTC-branded smartphone in China. And while that does not sound all that interesting to anyone outside of China — its nice to hear because the phones had already been available. Wait what, they are going to sell them, but they have been available. Right on both accounts — up until now the HTC phones have been sold under the name of Dopod. And in addition, HTC is also partnering with China Mobile to begin sales which will kick off with a few Android and a few Windows Mobile devices.

Read [PR Newswire]

“We are proud to introduce the HTC brand in China and look forward to bringing a fresh customer-centric smartphone experience to consumers in China,” said Cher Wang, chairman of HTC. “Together with our strategic partner Dopod, we have introduced many state-of-the-art phones over the past few years in China. HTC’s passion for innovation and its commitment to delighting people around the world are what drive us to improve the overall mobile experience in big and small ways. It is this customer-centric approach that has driven HTC’s global leadership position and has differentiated us.”

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