Although not much is known yet about what to expect but the company has promised that the Focal2.0 would operate at a “completely different level.”
Also North made it clear that it would be ending sales of it previous Focals so they could pour all their “focus
” on the new sequel.
Right now the sales cutoff might actually be the best for the company considering their current standings. Recall back in February they had to drop as much as 150 jobs just so they could remain sustainable for at least another 24 months.
Right now I think North’s hope of surviving depends on it Focal 2.0, and that one of the major reasons why it trying to put all attention on it.
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