HTC Shows Signs Of Recovery - Numbers Going Up From March
5.0By Athanasios Zarkadas May 07, 2012 06:03 AM
New reports have come in showing that HTC is climbing out of the 2011 4th quarter hole that was formed due to poor sales and increase in completion from Samsung and Apple.
With the release of the HTC One line smartphones, HTC has begun to show signs of recovery starting with increase in sales from March to April. This trend should continue with the release of the HTC One X and the HTC One S in the American cellular market. It is hard to say that HTC will fall with over 144 cellular companies picking up one or more of the HTC One Line.
The only thing that HTC has to worry about for the immediate future is the release of the Samsung Galaxy S3 that was just debut in London two days ago. The new iPhone from Apple will have a lot of work ahead of it with the new competition showing up world wide.
CEO Of HTC Peter Chou said "A major challenge we faced last year was the big drop in sales in the U.S. because of competition from the iPhone 4S.", but the HTC One line should prove to be more fruitful in comparison to the Apple iPhone 4S.
In march we saw HTC at T$30.879 billion and in April HTC climbed up to T$31.03 billion. You do not have to be a math wiz to see the increase. Yes, this is still down from a year ago, but this is not a year ago and things are completely different now.
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