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HTC One dual sim, One mini prices slashed in India

HTC One dual sim, One mini prices slashed in India
News from Times of India:

The prices of Taiwanese manufacturer HTC’s One dual sim and One mini smartphones have been slashed in the Indian market.

While HTC has not officially announced a price cut or promotional offer, several major online retailers have cut the phones’ prices on their websites.

India’s biggest online retailer, Flipkart is offering the One dual sim at Rs 42,230 and One mini at Rs 29,990. It is also offering 10% cash back on select debit and credit cards.

Similarly, The HTC One dual sim is selling for Rs 42,002 on Snapdeal, while the One mini is being sold on the site for Rs 30,064. Amazon.in is offering the HTC One dual sim at a price of Rs 41,020 and One mini for Rs 30,815.

The launch price of HTC’s One dual sim was Rs 53,590, whereas the One mini cost Rs 36,790 when it made its debut.

HTC had launched the HTC One dual sim in September. The phone offers support for both CDMA and GSM/ 3G networks and is capable of connecting to high speed data networks on CDMA through EVDO. Unlike the HTC One, the dual sim version of the phone offers expandable storage supporting…………… continues on Times of India

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HTC design exec, others facing charges for allegedly leaking company secrets
News from Phandroid.com:

Six HTC employees accused of leaking company secrets and arrested last August are now facing formal charges in Taiwan. Prosecutors say the group, led by former HTC Vice President of Design Thomas Chien, planned to use the insider information to start a new company.

In addition, the six along with three employees of unnamed suppliers are being charged for their role in accepting bribes and creating fictitious expense reports. If found guilty, each upheld charge could equate to 10 years in prison.

While the problem is that of the courts and no longer HTC’s, the bad karma around HTC continues to mount. Despite the release of the HTC One, a device that is sure to find its place on many an end-of-year list, the Taiwanese smartphone maker can’t seem to turn around its dismal fortunes. Even worse, HTC can’t seem to maneuver the crowded market to reclaim some of the stake it once held with consumers and investors alike.

[via WSJ]

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