HTC says it will launch far fewer devices this year than in 2016, and an 'HTC 11' won't be among them - but after this week's product announcements, it's hard to understand its new mobile strategy.
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Samsung has upgraded many of its devices to Android 6.0 in recent weeks, but now it's HTC's turn. HTC is rolling out Marshmallow to its affordable Desire 626, on both Sprint and T-Mobile in the US.
HTC is supposedly working on a new Desire 10 handset, that should bring many of the specs of the company's flagship, the HTC 10, to a more affordable price point. The Desire 10 is expected in Q3.
With HTC prepared to launch even more budget-oriented smartphones next year, and with CES 2015 around the corner, we are eager to see what the Taiwanese company has got up its sleeve.
HTC is holding a relatively big event later on today where it plans to unveil new products. We have summarized what they probably will and most likely won't unveil at the 'Double Exposure' event.