HTC's president of smartphones Chialin Chang has resigned

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HTC hasn't given a lot of details about what led to his position being terminated, the official press release only mentions that Chang has made a decision to move on from the company because of his "personal career plan". HTC announced the move on its investors page earlier today and it's effective immediately, though Chang's successor is yet to be named.

Chang Chia-lin (張嘉臨) resigned on Wednesday as president of Taiwan-based HTC Corp's Smartphone and Connected Devices Business, at a time when the Taiwanese smartphone brand is struggling against stiff global competition.

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HTC's President of Smartphone and Connected Devices Business, Chialin Chang, has resigned. HTC's smartphone revenue has declined significantly over the years, and isn't showing any signs of improving. The company hasn't revealed any replacement for Chang yet.

The company added it was grateful to Chang for his contribution to HTC over the past six years and hoped he would forge an even more successful career in the future.

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It's been a rough few years for HTC.

Last year's HTC U11 was a great device that we're excited to see a follow-up on, but details on when the HTC U12 will arrive are essentially unknown at this point.

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HTC hasn't officially quit the smartphone business just yet, but with the Google deal and now this, it is seeming increasingly likely that HTC may stop producing its own phones. And from the scenarios, it seems like the HTC U12 could be the last of its name, and the company might look forward to mid-range devices onwards.

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