Adding to HTC’s worries about profits, the company is now being reportedly hit by supply chain issues. According to Reuters, the handset manufacturer is looking at shortages that affect the HTC One Mini aluminum casing, thanks to what is being described only as “design difficulties”.
We’re already familiar with HTC’s problems with trying to match their supply with the demand of both consumers and telecoms for the One Mini, which has been a hot buy since earlier this summer. However, reports from various analyst sources show approximately 200,000 units shipped per month.
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