Amazon to Partner with HTC for Future Kindle Smartphones


Bits of gossip of an Amazon cell phone have flowed for a year now, however another report out today says that the retail mammoth will utilize Htc to help it make its approaching gadgets. Three separate cell phones are said to be being developed, as per The Financial Times article, yet one of the HTC-made gadgets is clearly near finish. One source cautions the paper that while one of the units is in the progressed phases of improvement, Amazon has pushed back its timetable in the recent past.

Amazon Partnership with HTC


Earlier rumors indicated two diverse Amazon cell phones, one of which might utilize another 3d interface. The other gadget is reputed to be offered on the house or at an extremely low cost. It's broadly accepted that Amazon won't discharge a cell phone not long from now — a 2014 launch date appears to be likely for no less than one such unit. Throughout that keep going adjust of bits of hearsay, Amazon denied cases that it might offer a telephone gratis, and it said it wasn't set to discharge a telephone this year.


Both Amazon and HTC declined to remark on the bits of gossip to The Financial Times, however head of marketing Ben Ho told the paper that "We have been exceptionally kept tabs on building our own particular mark, yet we have likewise been extremely open to co-marking and teaming up with carriers and other innovative brands.

It's enormous news for Amazon, yet its definitely more significant for the battling HTC. The Taiwanese company reported its first-ever quarterly misfortune prior this month, a sad watermark for an once-strong device maker that is as of late had troublesomely uncovering a decent footing against competition from Samsung's marketing muscle and Apple's iPhones.

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