HTC showing financial improvement in November
No, HTC isn’t exactly going down the tubes, but this last year has been tough for the Taiwanese manufacturer. However, according to the release of their unaudited revenue report for November, the company is showing a positive growth, and at a better rate than before.
The report shows HTC to have brought in $729 million, which is up from $529 million in October. Many are saying that the uptick has to do with the release of devices such as the Droid DNA, the Windows Phone 8X, and the J Butterfly, while others speculate that HTC is paying closer attention to their marketing campaign and pricing.
With the swing of 2013 devices now in view of manufacturers, we’ll have to hold off to see if HTC plans a different strategy next year, in any arena. Keep in mind that, despite the improving numbers, the revenue is still down from both July and August.
Be sure to hit the break for a full presser.
HTC releases unaudited revenue for November 2012
Taoyuan, Taiwan – December 6, 2012 – HTC Corporation (TWSE: 2498), a global leader in mobile innovation and design, today announced unaudited consolidated revenue for November 2012 of NT$21.2bn, and total unaudited consolidated revenue from January to November 2012 is NT$267.5bn.
Founded in 1997, HTC Corporation (HTC) is the creator of many award-winning mobile devices and industry firsts. By putting people at the center of everything it does, HTC pushes the boundaries of design and technology to create innovative and personal experiences for consumers around the globe. HTC’s portfolio includes smartphones and tablets powered by HTC Sense™, a multilayered graphical user interface that vastly improves user experience. HTC is listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE: 2498). For more information, please visit www.htc.com.
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