HTC’s 2015 Roadmap To Be Full of “Huge Surprises”, says Exec


Over the course of the last few months, HTC has performed relatively better, heavily boosting the brand through some terrific devices.

The company introduced several phones throughout last year, including the much hyped HTC One (M8). They even launched a tablet device in collaboration with Google, the Nexus 9.

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HTC’s 2015 Roadmap To Be Full of “Huge Surprises”, says Exec


Even though they're required to take drastic steps to get back into shape, the company expects a better year, at least, in terms of range that will be showcased in the coming months.

Jeff Gordon, HTC's Senior Global Online Communications Manager, today tweeted that the company's 2015 roadmap will be its "best ever", including "some huge surprises that will blow you away." That's not a small thing to say, given how competing the tech industry has been active lately.

Gordon also mentioned that he,"can't wait to show" us what HTC has been working on. Since his tweets were revealed, there's been a lot of discussion going on among the techies about the future of HTC.

As far as we know, HTC is rumored to announce a flagship handset under its Desire series at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Contrary to earlier rumors in the past, HTC will not unveil the much-awaited HTC Hima (M9), a sequel to the original One (M8) at the upcoming CES 2015.


So far, HTC has not made any announcement regarding the launch of a new premium "camera-centric" smartphone under its Desire range at the CES 2015.

GizBot will be live at CES 2015 bringing you coverage of the entire thing. CES 2015 will be held in Las Vegas, USA, between January 6 and January 9.

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