Taiwanese handset maker HTC Tuesday said India is currently among top five markets and has the potential to become part of the top three club.
New Delhi: Taiwanese handset maker HTC Tuesday said India is currently among top five markets and has the potential to become part of the top three club.
"India is definitely one of the most important markets for us. It is currently one of the top five markets for us but it has the potential of growing to the top three," HTC India Country Head Faisal Siddiqui said.
The top markets for HTC include China and US.
HTC today unveiled its HTC One, the latest addition to its series of smartphones in the country.
The company declined to comment on the pricing, but the device is expected to be available in the Rs 40,000-45,000 range and will be available April onwards.
The device, which supports 4G technology, comes with new features like Zoe, dual frontal speakers and Blink Feed.
Though the device comes with a 4MP camera, it introduces the concept of ultra pixels which allows clicking of better quality pictures. The Android-operating system based handset is powered by quad-core, 1.7 GHz processor.
"We will undertake a 360-degree campaign for the phone, including in-mall activation to help people experience the phone," Siddiqui said.