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Tuesday, 16 April 2013 08:24

HTC One supply issues might be over

Written by Fudzilla staff

JP Morgan upbeat

The HTC One has faced its fair share of teething problems and as a result the new HTC flagship was delayed by several weeks. However, things might be getting better, fast.

JP Morgan Securities believes the company has managed to improve the supply of the HTC One, which was apparently plagued by a shortage of camera sensors. Analysts now believe the One might cause a mini-turnaround for HTC, which is just what the embattled smartphone maker needs right now.

It is believed that HTC One shipments will rise from 300,000 units in Mach to 1.2 million in April and 2 million in May. There might be some light at the end of the tunnel and we can only hope that HTC’s low-end and mid-range lineup for 2013 is just as compelling as the One.

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