HTC Was Intended to Launch a Terminal with Snapdragon 800, But Is No Longer a Priority Company for Qualcomm

HTC has a great invoice device in the oven to compete among the phablets, HTC One Max filtering, although the device’s highest demands of the Taiwanese firm will not be good thing they would have wanted.

Apparently, HTC wanted to ride on his phablet this 2013 more powerful chipset, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800, although the priorities of the giant of the mobile hardware would have prevented it.

HTC One Max will have to comply with the Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064, more powerful chipset from last year, and is that Qualcomm has indicated that it cannot ensure sufficient Snapdragon 800 stock.

Reportedly they have received too many requests from Snapdragon 800 of its main partners: Sony, LG, Asus, Acer, Samsung and Xiaomi, among others. but the funny thing is that the hardware manufacturer It has rejected requests from HTC as not important enough in its portfolio of clients.

HTC had always been considered as one of the most important companies of mobile, although in recent times has had many problems which have been undermining his image.

Now comes confirmation from a manufacturer of hardware as important as Qualcomm, although HTC had previously stated that they had no preferential treatment with certain providers, Hence the supply problems that delayed the HTC one.

One nuisance for HTC, which adds plenty of drawbacks to relaunched and change expectations about their future, some as important as losing the preferential treatment of vendors in a market that requires these agreements as water may.