A new report says that HTC has run into supply constraints on producing the One Mini handset introduced in July, and that supplies may be drying up in the near future.
According to a report from Reuters, HTC has had trouble sourcing enough parts for the One Mini. Some reports have said that the company was only planning to produce 200,000 units a month, so it’s unclear how there could be that much of a supply constraint.
The two sources that revealed the information all spoke anonymously, so it’s unclear exactly where this information is coming from at this time. If true, however, this could be a very negative blow for the manufacturer as it’s already struggling. Hopefully this will all prove to be untrue and the supply of the phone will continue unabated.