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HTC teases a surprise announcement for March 20

"Spring is coming," according to HTC. (Source: HTC Taiwan)
"Spring is coming," according to HTC. (Source: HTC Taiwan)
The Taiwanese smartphone company has posted an extremely vague teaser image on Facebook. A March 20 date and the promise of an "unexpected surprise" are the only other hints it has provided.
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It's been only a few days since the U Ultra began shipping, and HTC is already teasing its next product. The Taiwanese company has taken to Facebook to announce an "unexpected surprise" coming on March 20. Unfortunately, it didn't post any other information, and none of its other social media accounts offer clues as to what this surprise will reveal.

What HTC plans to announce in five days is really anyone's guess. Still, a few educated assumptions can be made. There is a chance it may be the HTC 11—last year's HTC 10 was also announced and released during spring, and the company is due for a new flagship phone. Maybe it's another mid-range device, such as the HTC One X10. The company has been focusing on this segment lately; if that is again the case, it would be neither unexpected nor surprising. It almost certainly won't be an entry-level phone, given HTC's decision to step away from that segment of the smartphone market by year's end.

If you follow that line of thought, an HTC 11 reveal makes the most sense. Of course, it might end up being something truly unexpected. In any case, HTC's announcement is only a few days away, so we won't have to speculate much longer.

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John Garcia, 2017-03-15 (Update: 2017-03-15)
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