HTC Corporation engages in the design, development, and manufacture of smartphones in Taiwan. The company offers PDA Phones and smartphones for mobile operators and distributors in Europe, the United States, and Asia. These machines are available as HTC devices and as products individually customized for operator and device partners. The company provides its own HTC self-branded products, as well as supports operator-branded products and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partners. It also owns Dopod as a subsidiary company. The company is also a member of the Open Handset Alliance. Products The company’s products are sold under various brand names, such as HTC, Dopod, and Qtek and are often rebranded by major telecommunication carriers. Its products also include pocket PC phones (touch phone), pocket PC phones (PDA Phone), ultra mobile phones (mobile computer, sub note), HTC kovsky (Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1), and HTC dream (T-mobile G1). Significant Events In August 2009, Chunghwa Telecom Co. Ltd. has teamed up with Microsoft Corporation, HTC Corporation and others to start building an e-book business for Chinese language materials. China Mobile Limited and HTC Corporation have agreed to work together to develop products for the mainland's third generation mobile network. They signed an agreement to start the partnership, focusing on product and technology development. HTC would develop intelligent advanced wireless broadband products based on the TD-SCDMA standard, and would work closely with China Mobile to design and make products tailored to the needs of the China market. History HTC Corporation was founded in 1997.
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No. 23, Xinghua Road
Phone: 886 3 375 3252
Fax: 886 3 375 3251www.htc.com/in
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