HTC's president of smartphones Chialin Chang has resigned

HTC's president of smartphones Chialin Chang has resigned

Chang previously worked at Motorola and Goldman Sachs before joining HTC as CFO in 2012. This comes just days after the company's financial results posted a year-on-year 27% decline in January earnings. The company has reported ten consecutive losing quarters. The company is already having a bad time, yet another bad news for it arrives, where HTC's President of Smartphone and Connected Devices Business, Chialin Chang, has resigned.

In a statement, HTC said Chang had made a decision to leave to take a different career path. HTC for $1.1 billion gave its team to Google.

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Chang's departure from HTC is likely due to the company's steadily decreasing smartphone sales and the fact that it was unable to regain its footing in its home country of China. It is expected that HTC will launch HTC U12 sometime in 2018. We expect the device to carry a 6-inch display, and come with an 18:9 aspect ratio.

HTC's President for the Smartphone and Connected Devices Business Chialin Chang has resigned from his position. Chang is leaving HTC effective immediately, and as such, his duties and responsibilities now fall entirely on the shoulders of CEO and Chairwoman Cher Wang.

While companies such as Apple and Samsung are growing in the smartphone market, HTC is facing some major challenges to retain its market position.

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