Does Robert Downey Jr. have the superhero touch good enough for HTC? They surely need one, after they announced their fledging quarterly earnings.
HTC's newest ad, above stars Downey breathing fresh air into HTC's headquarters by suggesting alternative meanings for the letters "HTC". Examples include "Humongous Tin-foil Catamaran" or "Hipster Troll Carwash."
It does look like HTC is trying to take a humorous approach this time, considering Downey Jr's witty one liner deliveries are spot on talented at most times.
The ad does not specifically mention any phone or HTC product, at least, not yet. Check it out below:
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