2017 was a down year for HTC. First, the U11 and U Ultra were widely criticized. Later, Google purchased a large chunk of HTC’s manufacturing division, leaving the Taiwanese company running with a skeleton crew after losing 2,000 key employees. But that’s not stopping HTC — their flagship U12+ is still on pace to make a debut in 2018.

On the bright side, HTC received a massive influx of money from the Google deal — about $1.1 billion, to be precise. With this extra capital and the relative success of late 2017′s U11+, the U12+ could start turning the tide for the once highly regarded… more

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