HTC is all set to make a comeback with a metaverse-powered smartphone
After being absent from the smartphone market that it once dominated HTC is set all to make a comeback in the market with a metaverse smartphone on June 28, while the first decade and a half of the century saw HTC go to toe in a competitive market battling the like of Apple, Samsung, OnePlus and Xiaomi.
HTC gained a following in the Virtual Reality segment which they call vice, HTC offers a range of AR/VR headgears and accessories ranging between $129 and $1399 Now, it's ready with a premium VR-focused smartphone.
HTC launched its own version of metaverse called 'Vivaverse' a metaverse ecosystem that connects people from all walks of life to an open and accessible virtual world, it aims to "connect individuals and communities across the metaverse to allow interaction in how virtual worlds using any device"
Log in to the Future— HTC (@htc) June 9, 2022
2022.06.28#HTC #VIVERSE #Seeyousoon#Createmymetaverselife pic.twitter.com/YwiE3B0r9U
HTC is likely to use top-of-the-line chipsets from either Qualcomm or Media Tek Processors
HTC was initially set to be launched in April but the global supply chain issues and Covid 19 outbreak are speculated to have slowed down the manufacturing.
HTC had in 2019 experimented with the blockchain technology in HTC Exodus and Exodus 1s. The series didn't take off due to the lack of popularity of cryptocurrencies.
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