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HTC Launches Android Mobile in Indian Market

Thursday, June 11, 2009

HTC Android mobile in India
HTC Corporation has announced to launch mobile phones in Indian market shortly. The Android mobile handset which is based on the open source platform has been designed by global mobile phones designer HTC.

Ajay Sharma who is the head of HTC India told Hindustan Times reporters in Bangalore while launching the smartphone HTC Touch Diamond 2,
"We are part of the Open Handset Alliance (a consortium of software, hardware and telecom players devoted to developing the platform. We will be launching the Android. We have had an overwhelming response with a 300 per cent growth in 2008 over 2007 with a 20 percent market share in smart phones. When is the question but sooner the better,"
He added the statement when asked about the company's plans to launch the Android phone in the Indian market. It was published in HT online news paper.

If you have an Android handset then you can download or install applications without being tied to single vendor conduit.

In November 2007, HTC became the founding member of the Open Handset Alliance. In 2008, HTC launched the T-Mobile G1 in September with Google and T-Mobile. It has been declared the first device to be based on Android globally.

In Indian mobile phones market these android based handsets will be launched by HTC. It would be without presence of Google and T-Mobile in India.

India is still growing market for technology and consumer electronics. The touch-screen trend has led a samarphone technology in India also. HTC will create more competitive market in India also by launching the open source mobile phones.

These mobile phones would be specially, in the competition of Nokia, Samsung, LG and Sony Erission. Indian customers have to wait for this mobile phone till its launch.
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