HTC Once More Reports Record Sales

For the fourth straight month, HTC is reporting record sales with revenues of $45.11 billion. However, July’s sales did show a slowdown in growth after April saw $38.7 billion in revenue, May recorded $40.6 billion, and June topped out at $45 billion. Overall, revenue is up 83 percent from July of last year, though only a 1 percent increase over last month. High sales have no doubt been the result of a booming Android smartphone business that should see six to eight new handsets from the company in the third quarter of 2011 alone.

[via BGR]

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  • cheetoresidue


    • Scott Tompkins

      1999 called… they want their troll back

    • jbrandonf die.

  • King_James_The_Wicked

    I pray that the HTC Vigor is everything that they say it will be and more… I hope it comes soon to and blows all other phones out of the water. I want, I want, I want… This is why HTC is making the paper…

    • sundar2012

      Personally, I think HTC build quality is lacking vs samsung and motorola. However, in design, features, the fact that most htc phones are supported by teamdouche and CM, and now bootloader unlocking – HTC really has them trumped.

  • Regavan Kumar

    Revenue in NT$, I guess

    • Doug

      Correct, the actual BGR article says NT$. Somehow the NT part seems to have escaped Phandroid. It is US$1.56 Billion.

    • Pheobe Heraldo

      Yes it is. Phandroid seems to omit that little detail to make things look more impressive.

  • Dick_Hurtzer

    That’s alot of money and Apple wants every penny of it.

  • DarrenR

    1. Make a quality product that your customers like.
    2. ???
    3. Profit.

  • Guest

    You would think that with all those billions they could afford to spend some time and get Gingerbread out for the Thunderbolt already. It might be hurt the bottom line but maybe hire a couple more people to work on these things. They can probably afford it.

    • Stocklone

      I have Gingerbread on the Evo. What are you missing out on exactly? It’s pretty much been zero benefits over FroYo for me. They wiped out all UI enhancements that were added with stock 2.3. I have a Nexus One and was pretty happy with 2.3 when I got it. I can’t tell the damn difference on the Evo. I do have a lot more stability issues now and apps that worked fine with FroYo had to be fixed when GB entered the picture because of API changes by Google.

  • jroc74

    Somewhere in the distance….Microsoft execs are smiling…

  • TheJunkie

    Go HTC!

  • mick

    Go HTC.