HTC reportedly will leave the smartphone market India

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HTC reportedly will leave India smartphone market. This information is conveyed by the media of India, Economic Times. A number of the company's top management, including the Country Head Faisal Siddiqui, head of the sales leadership, and Balachandran Vijay product R Nayyar, has submitted his resignation. This information got from three senior executives to HTC.

In addition, a number of employees also were asked to resign. Taiwan companies also have halted all cooperation, distribution and local production have also been stopped almost the last year.

According to an Executive of HTC, the company will likely be back selling smartphones in India via the online. But for now, HTC will resume sales until supplies run out.

HTC will still continue business operations including sales, VR headsets, and HTC Vive Vive Pro. The whole process of operations will be controlled directly from Taiwan.

As in various other markets, HTC fought hard in India. HTC difficulties facing competition in the premium segment of the smartphone market, which is currently dominated by vendors like Samsung and Apple. In addition, affordable smartphone segment also is dominated by the manufacturing of China.


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