The HTC saga with the sale of HTC X One and EVO 4G LTE in the U.S. is finally ower. The Taiwanese manufacturer announced that the customs authorities have finally given the go-to imports after making the necessary checks. The matter had been originated by the ITC's decision that had ordered the ban of HTC devices made in violation of Apple's patents. One X and HTC EVO 4G LTE, although with an updated software that does not infringe the patents, had been temporarily blocked by the customs authorities.
HTC has already acted on the matter by issuing the following statement:
"HTC has completed the process of checking with U.S. Customs and HTC devices have been issued in accordance with the decree of the ITC." "The future deliveries continue to enter the U.S. territory and we believe we will soon be able to meet the demand for our products""HTC has completed the review process with U.S. Customs and HTC devices released sono stati, As They are in compliance with the ITC's ruling,"."Future shipments Should continue to enter the U.S. and we are confident we will soon be That Able to meet the demand for our products."
The Taiwanese manufacturer, after two weeks certainly not easy, has thus failed to overcome a major limitation to the expansion of the installed base in the USA. Thanks to the positive controls, also the two major high-end handsets from HTC will help strengthen the presence of taiwaense producer in a market which, as noted on several occasions, has, during 2012, the challenges are particularly difficult to deal for HTC.