HTC goes low-end amid struggle to compete in smartphone market

A man walks past an HTC store in Taipei on May 2, 2013.

Taiwanese phone maker HTC announced quarterly earnings that fell to $1.4 billion this week. That may not sound bad but in a competitive smartphone market, HTC has struggled to sit at the table with the likes of Apple and Samsung. So, the company is making some new moves. Our friend Lindsey Turrentine at CNET joined us to help us take a look at this.

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