HTC might still be in still under loss, but it seems like things are getting better. The Taiwanese company is also launching the A100 Android-powered handset.
Contrary to what HTC’s fans might believe, the A100 isn’t a new phone. It’s a tablet of low- and mid-range specs.

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The tipper @yabhishekhd reported that the HTC A100 is far less impressive hardware-wise than it appears. However, it is easy to forget the lackluster specs of the tablet when we consider that it will likely cost $200.

HTC A100

HTC A100 will run on a Spreadtrum T618 processing unit, with 8GB RAM and 128GB expandable storage (upto 256GB). Google Play Console revealed that the tablet comes with a 10.1-inch FHD display, a dual-camera (13MP+2MP), and a massive 7,700 mAh battery.

The device will run Android 11 right out of the package and will retail for $200. Although the price may not be final, the placeholder price was likely just an indication. HTC isn’t the only Android phone that HTC plans to launch this year. According to some reports, it is also planning to launch 5G smartphones.