HTC’s smartphone and connected devices president and former CFO, Chialin Chang, has resigned. The move, spotted earlier by Engadget, was announced today and is effective immediately. Read More
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HTC‘s Valentine’s Day isn’t going very sweetly, as the company has announced that one of its top executives is resigning.
Chialin Chang, HTC’s President of Smartphone and Connected Devices, has resigned effective immediately. The reason for Chang’s departure is simply listed as “personal career plan.”
There’s no replacement for Chang right now, so it looks like HTC CEO and President Cher Wang may have some more work to do in the near future.
The smartphone market hasn’t really been going HTC’s way in recent years. While the company has released some solid smartphones, it hasn’t been able to regain its former glory. HTC did recently sell some of its top smartphone talent to Google for $ 1.1 billion, giving HTC a nice infusion of cash, but it’ll be interesting to see what the remainder of 2018 holds for HTC.
This morning brings us news that HTC’s Chia-Lin Chang, who was occupying the position of President of Smartphones and Connected Devices, has resigned. Chang previously worked at Motorola and Goldman Sachs before joining HTC as CFO in 2012. Over the past couple of years, he’s been at the helm of HTC’s switch in design language with the U Ultra and the U 11 variants. According to Apple Daily and UDN, he plans to set up his own AI company in Taiwan later in the year.
HTC’s president of smartphones Chialin Chang has resigned was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Not long after letting go of its Pixel team in exchange for some much needed cash from Google, HTC is now also losing its smartphone lead. Chialin Chang, who joined the company as CFO back in April 2012, has immediately resigned as the President of S…
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