Although HTC has several consecutive years without yielding as well as expected,. Although the situation is still bad, hopefully this is the turning point that the Taiwanese company needs to return to be one of the big companies in the mobile landscape.
One of the aspects that can help that long-term goal is a new terminal. Even though the high-end and mid-range are especially competitive, something different can help scratch some sales. And HTC believes it has the key to it: a translucent design for the HTC U12 +.
While it is not the first time we see a terminal of the house with this design, because we saw it on the HTC U11, the fact of doing something that nobody does can exchange a good handful of sales. In this case, HTC would be considering selling a translucent variant of the terminal, which would have to add others in black, deep red and violet , as detailed by the filter.
In his day we could see a Galaxy S8 totally transparent and we loved it . The problem is that to be able to make it with him you had to open the terminal and remove the paint from the back, with the consequent loss of warranty by the manufacturer . Not all users are willing or trained for that task.
HTC U12 +: Black, Rose Red, Violet and “Translucent” variants planned. Comes with 6in screen and 64GB in Euroland. Single and Dual SIM models planned. And it will not be cheap.
– Roland Quandt (@rquandt)
That is why if the terminal itself retains the warranty but has that plus in the design, it is likely that HTC returned to the information arena. In a market where all terminals are copies of copies, the Taiwanese firm could be responsible for the only brushstroke of color, in a world full of sepia tones and notchs . While a single model was not going to solve your problems, being in the focus of the information can give you the visibility you need to get out of the hole.
We’ll see what HTC finally prepares us with its U12 +,-something to which nobody has found an explanation- and that we can see presented in just ten days .
What do you think of this idea of HTC continuing its line of translucent terminals?