In a statement, HTC said Chang had chose to leave to take a different career path. He previously worked in "technology development" at Motorola Solutions, and initially served as HTC's Chief Financial Officer.
The company is already having a bad time, yet another bad news for it arrives, where HTC's President of Smartphone and Connected Devices Business, Chialin Chang, has resigned.
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On the other hand, Chang's position with HTC was no longer as relevant as it used to be. As The Verge points out, Chang was also one of the last remaining high-level executive not to already departed the company.
After selling the smartphone ODM team to Google, HTC has said it will now focus more on developing branded smartphones and virtual reality (VR) products. HTC's smartphone division has been losing money for ten consecutive quarters, with one of its most recent losses being $103 million in Q3 of past year.
HTC hasn't officially quit the smartphone business just yet, but with the Google deal and now this, it is seeming increasingly likely that HTC may stop producing its own phones.
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HTC has been struggling in the smartphone sector and according to the latest info, in 2017, lost around $103 million in Q3. Before then though, HTC does have a major smartphone launch planned for this year, with the HTC U12. It is expected that HTC will launch HTC U12 sometime in 2018.
With Chang now leaving the company, it remains unclear what will come of HTC's smartphone business after the new flagship hits the scene.
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