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HTC confirms the production of its smartphones by third parties

HTC Corp. announced today that some of its smartphones are assembled by other manufacturers on a contractual basis.

The Taiwanese corporation explained the need for outsourcing with the desire to achieve greater flexibility in asset management and at the same time to reduce production costs.

“We believe that if our smartphone assembly partners meet our requirements, it is quite possible to allow them to participate in the manufacture of HTC products,” HTC CFO Chan Chalin said at a press conference. However, he declined to disclose which smartphone models are being assembled by third-party companies.

According to Chan Chalin, the new Desire 8 series is entirely assembled at HTC’s factories. But the older series of smartphones, for example, Desire 2 and 6, were made with the help of MediaTek Inc., Compal Electronics Inc. and the Chinese Wingtech Group.

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