HTC U13 2019: is it a 5G smartphone?
By Daniel Camilo 2019-05-25 2487 0
Even HTC does not have low prices, indeed, the trend in recent years has always been to increase the cost of smartphones, a cost that for more and more users has become unsustainable. Things could change perhaps with HTC U13, a device that should integrate, in the second half of 2019, also a 5G modem chip so as to make the new smartphone ready for the future.
At the recent CES 2019 the Taiwanese company confirmed to be very positive for the fiscal year 2019, ready to push its business on virtual reality and smartphones. In the smartphone field then, with the imminent arrival of 5G, the CEO of the company said that this year there will be many surprises coming.
5G was undoubtedly the most interesting part of Cher Wang's statement, as she mentioned that HTC is working on a smartphone with advanced 5G capabilities, but added that the company's phone will not be launched until the second half of the year. He also added that the company is taking the work on 5G seriously, but that it wants to offer consumers the best possible experience, however for now certainly will not become a standard. The 5G will become something "feasible" by the end of this year, once the launchers begin to offer such speeds, but let's not expect a boom a few months after launch in short.
So we'll see if this alleged HTC U13 will be able to make the house recover market shares since the "no" period for now is certainly not over. Keep following us and don't forget that next month will start the Mobile World Congress 2019.
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