According to the prominent UK retailer, Clove, the HTC One has been delayed in the United Kingdom by 2 weeks. It is being said that the handset will be available for purchase on or after 29th March, 2013.
Let us remind you that the original launch date set for the HTC One was 15th March prior to this announcement. However, now the condition has changed and no reason is brought in front of users for this delay.
As far as our opinion is concerned, the company is facing supply shortage due to which they have delayed the release of this device. People from all around the world are desperately waiting for the handset to come.
We have covered the HTC Onea??s complete specs and features in our previous posts. According to the specifications, the device seems to be pretty sturdy. Especially the ultra-pixel technology has brought about a great revolution in the Smartphone industry.
Well, the delay can be very damaging for the company because meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S4 is going to be launched in the New York City. 14th march, the next day, GS4 would make its first official appearance. Users have been waiting for this moment for so long and finally it is not too far from now. Ita??s a matter of hours, not days.
Postponement for the release of the HTC One could be very irritating for the users who were willing to purchase this phone on the set date. However, you will not have to wait for so long because the company intends to release the device at the end of current month.
Reports during the last few weeks showed that the company is facing some severe issues regarding the availability of the HTC One. Thata??s the reason they have taken a bit more time to adjust the quantity issue against supply. It is obvious that a huge number of fanatics are waiting for the device to be available in their regions.
As we have mentioned in our earlier post that the HTC One is also going to be released in Russia on 1st Sunday of April. So, Russians should not get worried about any delay.
So, keep waiting until any hot news come into arena.