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JP Morgan analyst Alvin Kwock said that it would be difficult for HTC to rebound because it cannot match the marketing budget of firms such as Samsung.
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JPMorgan analyst Alvin Kwock (???) said that HTC could increase its market share during the first half of the year if it manages to sell 100 million units of TD-LTE smartphones in China.
Citing the three low-end Desire series models that the company launched last month, Kwock
said that HTC's inclusion of processors made by Broadcom Corp, ST-Ericsson and Spreadtrum Communications Inc
(????) in the three products "marked its attempt to make a comeback in the sector by making China its home market."
However, HTC might not fare well for long, given the strong likelihood that rival Chinese vendors will launch competing 4G products in the second half of the year, Kwock
said in a note to clients on Monday.
"This is part of a broad ...
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"This is part of a broad automation push among China-based manufacturers," said Alvin Kwock, head of hardware technology research at JPMorgan.
Alvin Kwock, an analyst with ...
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Alvin Kwock, an analyst with J.P. Morgan in Hong Kong, said many carriers are highly interested in the HTC One Max smartphone, as it is the only flagship model with a uni-body casing back-cover to be released in the second half of this year.
HTC One Max phablet rumored to take on Galaxy Note 3 in 2013 - What's On Dalian
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The device, which is codenamed HTC T6, leaked out extensively just a few short days ago and now, Alvin Kwock, who is a J.P. Morgan analyst based in Hong Kong, has chimed in with some information of his own.
According to Kwock
, by way of Taiwan Times
, the HTC T6 is actually called the HTC One Max.
The name of course refers to the device's bigger screen that is likely to pair with a design that resembles the current HTC One.
also claims something else interesting, that carriers are extremely interested in the device, another sign that it could seriously pose a threat to the Galaxy Note's dominance in the large-screen smartphone sector.
The Galaxy Note 3 is rumored to be coming to replace the Galaxy Note 2.
Those carriers remain unclear but given that the HTC One saw a widespread launch in the U.S., and given the successes of the Galaxy Note series, we could see several U.S. carriers spring for a device like the HTC One Max.
Details remain unconfirmed but Kwock
suggests that, like the previous leak, it's running Android Key Lime Pie, sports a 5.9-inch display and has a 2.2GHz processor.