HTC 10 Sales In China Reportedly Failing As Only 251 Units Sold
When HTC started rolling out its HTC 10 pre-orders last April 25 through Jingdong and TMall in China’s e-commerce sites, Our record shows that after 11 days the total number of HTC 10 units ordered was 251.
This information have was based on the latest report revealed by Taiwan Focus, and it points out that the pre order of the device indicates how China consumers lack interest with HTC’s flagship device.
In addition to the gathered information, china customers gave a disappointing nod to HTC 10 as the company move to a lower specification in which the company is set to launch it on the mobile market in China. And what even more make it disheartening is that HTC 10’s global version has more favorable device specification.
The specific device specification was mainly on HTC 10’s device processor. The China version will only use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon considered belong to mid-tier device range and will have no match on powerful Snapdragon 820 chip that what HTC 10 consumers from its global version will have.
HTC stated that the processor was part of the company’s specific market strategy for them to launch an affordable device on a certain country. HTC priced at 3,799 yuan or $584. Obviously the price is lower than NT$24,900 offered to Taiwan customers.
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