Lately there were many rumors that the once popular HTC brand is withdrawing from the smartphone market, but to refute them recently on the popular website Geekbench is a synthetic test was discovered a new model of the middle class. And it’s just amazing, because the company has removed all their apps from Google Play that gave users understand that smartphones and other things related to the gadgets from the company more than expected.
And Yes, this smartphone from HTC, which is expected to be submitted in the second half of this year, will support 5G network. In addition, a long silence HTC in social networks was recently broken by several new tweets, including one stating, when three existing models, the company will receive an upgrade to Android 9. Apparently, the Corporation has no plans to give up, and will make a third attempt appears on the smartphone market.
Since the device will support the 5G network, this gives us to understand that the device will get a top-end Snapdragon 855, because he’s one of the few who is able to work with the 5G. Of course, the price is also will not a budget.
Recall that Samsung surprised the users of the quarterly report. It is reported that the South Korean giant has put in place even the titans such as Huawei and Xiaomi, and it happened due to changed strategies of doing business. The Corporation started to mass produce cheap phones that have quite a good performance. Besides, last year’s flagships for tipo Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 you can now buy almost half the price.
Earlier Znayu reported that Google found a replacement for the deprecated Google. The Corporation showed the new OS Fuchsia, which came to replace the outdated green robot. It is reported that the new operating system will work not only on tablets and smartphones but also on PC.
Znayu wrote that WhatsApp will no longer work on smartphones with Windows Phone OS. This means that the popular messaging app will be available on these smartphones. However, Microsoft operating systems have never been popular on smartphones, so it was only a matter of time.