Google is all set to buy HTC smartphone industry, claims a new report coming out of Taiwan’s Gainful Eras. Now, given that Google’s last smartphone business gaining Motorola didn’t go so well, the new report around HTC smartphone needs to be taken with a touch. According to the report, the search engine giant is considering two separate options to close the deal that is either to become a planned mate or absolute buy the entire smartphone unit.
The company’s only flagship device, the HTC U11 is only a few months old, but it’s already too late to save the company’s income. As Phone Arena notes, those who wanted the phone have bought it, everyone else is either happy with what they have or are waiting for the next wave of flagships. However, the supremacy of Samsung, Apple is something HTC smartphone has not is able to breakdown in the premium section. Google for its part is not going to be giving up on the Pixel series anytime soon as they have directed and the Pixel 2 launch is set for October, according to reports. However, leaks have also claimed LG, not HTC smartphone will be developed the Pixel 2 XL smartphone.
The report claims that Google and HTC smartphone are in the final of discussions and currently the main point is smartphones. It seems Google is not interested in the VR department and also HTC smartphone doesn’t plan to sell its whole industry. The report, which is not really clear at times, claims Google is looking at the HTC acquisition as a planned investment. It even goes on to claim this will be confirmed by the end of the year.
HTC Company that truly manufactured the Google Pixel smartphone and the actual Nexus smartphone, it is also a HTC smartphone. HTC and its flagships are unable to keep up, in spite of some strong new features. HTC factory-made the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, but the new Pixel devices are likely to be manufactured by HTC and LG, with LG making the larger device. The worth of the contract, if it happens, it will be motivating to note seeing that Google bought Motorola Mobility for $12.3 billion in 2011 and then sold it to Lenovo for $2.9 billion in 2014. An official approval from the two is awaited, but it is likely to be confirmed by the end of this year.