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According to a new report, HTC will finally be launching new smartphones in the month of July.
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SlashGear 05/26/2020 09:02
It’s unclear if the world needs a new virtual reality headset, but former HTC CEO Peter Chou is convinced the answer is yes – and his new project XRSpace comes complete with a full VR world too. Coming out of a three year development process, the 5G-connected XRSpace Mova is an “extended reality” untethered headset that will integrate with the …
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Road to VR 05/26/2020 08:49
At a special event in Taipei, Taiwan, HTC cofounder and former CEO Peter Chou today revealed the first products from the new startup XRSPACE. It’s serving up both its own 5G-enabled standalone VR headset as well as a new social VR platform which appears to compete with Facebook Horizon. Chou sees XRSpace serving the upcoming era […]. .
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Engadget 05/26/2020 04:39
Former HTC CEO Peter Chou reveals his next project: a social 5G VR headset.
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VentureBeat 05/26/2020 03:45
Chou, the HTC cofounder who stepped down from his CEO role at the Taiwanese technology giant back in 2015, has made no secret of his interests in the VR space.
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Previously rumored design of the HTC Desire 20 Pro A report from ePrice TW cited sources that claim HTC is preparing to launch a smartphone with 5G as a major selling point.
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MobileSyrup 05/25/2020 12:20
According to Gizmochina, Chen Boyou of HTC Taiwan said in an interview that when the country launches 5G, HTC will also be ready to launch a 5G-ready smartphone.
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