HTC head of smartphones resigns

HTC head of smartphones resigns

HTC head of smartphones resigns

HTC reported that Chang has immediately resigned due to "personal career plan reasons".

The executive's decision to leave the company leaves HTC in a tough spot and no replacement is yet official.

HTC's smartphone Chief Chialin Chang resigns.

On the other hand, Chang's position with HTC was no longer as relevant as it used to be. This comes right after Google completed its acquisition of some of HTC's hardware team members for $1.1 billion, and following 10 consecutive quarterly loss reports for the company.

HTC will now have to find someone new to lead its smartphone division. However, it remains to be seen how active HTC will be in that sector, now that its talented mobile team is over at Google.

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HTC said Chang's resignation is not expected to impact the company's operations since the smartphone brand recently completed an internal business restructuring by appointing five managing directors to supervise its smartphone and artificial virtual operations in Taiwan, the Americas, Europe, North Asia and China.

HTC's new flagship device the HTC U12 may appear in March or April, or even May.

HTC has entered the VR business in a bid to diversify its product portfolio and add sales to offset the impact of competition in the global smartphone market.

A few years back, HTC was one of the most popular smartphone makers, getting high praise for the design and quality of its HTC One (M7) and (M8) smartphones. It will be a dual-camera flagship phone by HTC.

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