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HTC U Play
HTC U Play

AUD 588
HTC U Ultra
HTC U Ultra

AUD 980
HTC Desire 650
HTC Desire 650

AUD 280
HTC Bolt
HTC Bolt (Sprint)

AUD 630
HTC 10 evo
HTC 10 evo

AUD 924
HTC One A9s
HTC One A9s

AUD 490
HTC Nexus Marlin
HTC Nexus Marlin

AUD 560
HTC Desire 10 Pro
HTC Desire 10 Pro

AUD 560
HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle
HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle

AUD 336
HTC Desire 628 dual sim
HTC Desire 628

AUD 252
HTC One M9 Prime Camera
HTC One M9 Prime

AUD 476
HTC One S9
HTC One S9

AUD 672
HTC 10 Lifestyle
HTC 10 Lifestyle

AUD 840
HTC One M10 Dual SIM
HTC One M10 Dual SIM

AUD 910
HTC Desire 825 Dual SIM
HTC Desire 825 Dual SIM

AUD 308
HTC Desire 530 Dual SIM
HTC Desire 530 Dual SIM

AUD 196
HTC Desire 630 Dual SIM
HTC Desire 630 Dual SIM

AUD 252
HTC Desire 630
HTC Desire 630

AUD 238
HTC Desire 530
HTC Desire 530

AUD 196
HTC Desire 825
HTC Desire 825

AUD 280
HTC 10
HTC 10

AUD 826
HTC One M9e
HTC One M9s

AUD 490
HTC One x9
HTC One x9

AUD 434
HTC Desire 828 dual sim
HTC Desire 828 dual sim

AUD 266
HTC One M9 Plus Supreme Camera
HTC One M9 Plus Supreme Camera

AUD 812
HTC One A9
HTC One A9

AUD 490
HTC Desire 728 Dual SIM
HTC Desire 728 Dual SIM

AUD 252
HTC Desire 820G Plus Dual SIM
HTC Desire 820G Plus Dual SIM

AUD 308
HTC Desire 526
HTC Desire 526

AUD 154
HTC Desire 626s
HTC Desire 626s

AUD 168
HTC Desire 728
HTC Desire 728

AUD 266
HTC One E9s
HTC One E9s

AUD 294
HTC One ME9
HTC One ME9

AUD 756
HTC Butterfly 3
HTC Butterfly 3

AUD 798
HTC Desire 326G
HTC Desire 326G

AUD 126
HTC Desire 326G dual sim
HTC Desire 326G dual sim

AUD 154
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HTC had remained a pioneer in mobile phone manufacturing across the world. The company was known for its technological innovations and flawless designs that attracts millions of customers before iPhone and Samsung hit the market. However, over the years the company seems to lose its appeal and magic and we saw a blunt decline in sales for HTC mobiles globally.

Today, HTC is one the course to reclaim the lost grounds in smartphone manufacturing and has launched some great smartphones with seamless designs and premium specifications. The company has been able to men some of its fences, still there’s a lot more that needs to be done to abolish the damage completely and bring back its glory days.

It even gets harder for HTC to compete in an industry that’s already saturated, like Australian industry. Australian smartphone industry is known for its hard to break loyalty and diversification. The market has traditionally been dominated by lights of iPhone and Samsung, however, many small players are making their inroads in the market. HTC has been present in the Australia’s smartphone market for quite a long time and has remained that quirky little player that consistently holds up small shares for a long time. Previously HTC holds the 3rd spot overall in Australian market and second spot in android based devices, after Samsung. However, since 2015, that position is taken up by Chinese tech giant Huawei with its scintillating and premium smartphones.

However, since HTC has launched its flagship series of HTC One, the company has gain some grounds with respect to sales volume in Australia. HTC One is an intelligently designed series of brilliant smartphones that integrates beauty with premium features and great software. The series has been received well globally and is expected to cover some lost ground for the company. Currently, HTC is ranked as number 3 in android based devices in Australia, after Samsung and Huawei. Since Australia is a saturated market for smartphones and moreover, a loyal market where consumers are less likely to switch between their platforms, HTC would require to go all out in order to acquire its due position in market.

According to experts, the low visibility and compatibility are key factors for decline in sales of HTC mobiles in Australia. Unlike some small players like Sony which have its compatibility of smartphones with PlayStation, HTC lacks any compatibility boosts to captivate users in Australian market. Similarly, the company also lacks adequate marketing so as to increase its visibility in market. Though, the latest HTC One M9 has seen some fierce marketing campaign from the company, it still needs to instill its resources in marketing of its products.

 

Overall, HTC mobiles are considered as great middle-tier smartphones with high reliability, smart features and affordability, still ground lost by company to iPhone and Samsung needs a ferocious efforts and technological innovations in order to reclaim its position. Only time will reveal the fate of the once pioneering smartphone manufacturer – HTC. 

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