HTC To Manufacture Microsoft-based Treo Smartphones For Palm
Palm is likely to outsource the production of its next generation of Treo-series smartphones, built using Microsoft’s operating system, to Taiwan-based High Tech Computer (HTC), with volume shipments to begin in the first quarter of next year, according to an August 10 report from the Chinese-language Commercial Times.
HTC will manufacture the new Treo smartphones on an ODM basis, instead of the OEM contract the company received from Palm for the production of the Treo 650 smartphone, the paper said.
HTC declined to comment on the report, citing client confidentiality.
Palm expects to ship 420,000 Treo-series smartphones in the third quarter, up from 380,000 in the second quarter and 280,000 in the first quarter, the paper reported, quoting data from Palm.
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