Thursday, June 9, 2011
HTC looking to continue its crusade into Canadian hands
HTC has slowly but surely emerged as, not only, one of the top mobile device manufacturers but one of the top tech companies in the world. Their conquering of the mobile tech world has been one for the ages, but Canada seems to be one of the hard markets for it to break into.
HTC has had some success in Canada with its line of Desire phones as well as the Nexus One but still isn't at the mind share level of RIM, Samsung, LG and of course Apple.
Following their cross Canada tour, HTC looks to change that with their new offerings the HTC Sensation, the HTC EVO 3D and the HTC Chacha.
The Sensation looks to be headed to Bell and has been spotted on FCC fillings with the correct 3G bands. There is also word of the WiFi version of the Flyer, HTC's first tablet offering, will be hitting Best Buy shelves like in the US as well as TELUS. While there isn't as much evidence to substantiate the rumors, there are indications that the HTC ChaCha will be headed to TELUS while the HTC EVO 3D could possibly be headed to Rogers.
With these unique devices headed to various carriers, if you don't know about HTC you probably will hear of them soon enough.