HTC plans to ship Android-based mobile phone this winter

HTC are on schedule to release a mobile phone based on the Android operating system sometime this winter, according to reports. Observers said that the company is due to release two or three handsets based on the system.

 

HTC is also buoyed by its performance, including the successful launch of its Touch Diamond mobile phone. HTC's CFO, Hui-ming Cheng, said: 'HTC revenues are expected to grow 10% sequentially and 30% on year in the third quarter, buoyed by the planned launch of CDMA, GSM and sliding form-factor HTC Touch Diamond handsets.'

 

According to the Digitimes website, he added: 'HTC has shipped Touch Diamond handsets to 50 telecom operators in more than 30 countries so far.'

 

HTC CEO Peter Chou also said that HTC will introduce a more advanced user interface than its current TouchFlo next year and will launch WiMAX devices by the end of 2008.

 

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