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Still waiting for your HTC handset to make its way through customs? Ratchet your hopes just a smidge higher, because the company says it's making progress. "Some models have gone through inspection and been released to our carriers customers," the firm stated in an investor statement today. HTC explained that each of the contested models needs to be reviewed by officials before release, and assures customers that it is working with customs to speed along the process. Which devices are making it through? "We don't have the status of each specific device at this time," HTC says, "We remain confident that this issue will be resolved soon." Sure, that's not much to go off of, but we'll take what we can get.

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An active clarification regarding the US Custom's inspection status of HTC products

1.Date of occurrence of the event:2012/05/20

2.Company name:HTC Corporation

3.Relationship to the Company (please enter "head office" or "affiliate company"):Head Office

4.Reciprocal shareholding ratios:N/A

5.Cause of occurrence:Each imported HTC model must be reviewed by Customs and will be released once Customs officials have completed the inspection. Some models have gone through inspection and been released to our carriers customers. We don't have the status of each specific device model at this time, but we are working closely with Customs. We remain confident that this issue will be resolved soon.

6.Countermeasures:N/A

7.Any other matters that need to be specified:N/A

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