HTC Mobile Phones
HTC Mobile Phones Overview
HTC Corporation (originally High Tech Computer Corporation) is a smartphone manufacturer based in Taiwan founded in 1997 as an outsourcing company. HTC Corporation prides itself on offering open-source mobile phones, which are easy for both developers and users, and has quickly established a reputation as a leading company behind many of the markets most popular operator-branded devices.
To date, HTC Corporation has launched several major HTC-branded products on the international market with the intention of becoming the leading innovative supplier of mobile information and communication devices. In fact, HTC Corporation was the first on the international market to offer the Android mobile device platform through its HTC Dream hardware, marketed as the T-Mobile G1 model.
In support of this, HTC Corporation has expanded its technological and marketplace strength through partnerships with major player Microsoft and leading mobile phone operators of Orange, 02, T-Mobile, Vodafone, Cingular, Verizon, Sprint and NTT DoCoMo.
Most recently in Australia, HTC Corporation launched its three latest handsets – HTC Snap, HTC Touch Diamond2 and HTC Touch Pro2 to add to its 11 devices currently in the Australian market. The new technology found in these highly popular products is designed to be finger-touch friendly, improved Windows Mobile integration, introduces Push Internet technology, dual microphone and speakers and the HTC Corporation newest feature of the Inner Circle which allows the user to bring emails from a preselected group to the top of their inbox, making business on the go even easier.
Product range includes:
- Open Handset Alliance Smartphone
- S Series (Smart Phone)
- T Series (Touch Phone)
- P Series (PDA Phone)
- X Series (Mobile Computer)
- A Series (Android Phone)
HTC now specialises in providing its own HTC self- and operator-branded products in addition to its original equipment manufacturer partners. HTC has a subsidiary company, Dopod, a Taiwan-based manufacturer of Windows Mobile smartphones.
As a company, HTC Corporation has gone from strength to strength, with HTC receiving recognition as the second best performing technology company in Asia in 2007 by Business Week and number 3 spot in its Global listing in 2006.