HTC's November financial report shows signs of growth
Hold your breath everybody, we're publishing positive news about HTC and the company's finances. After a number of reports released by the manufacturer have each displayed signs of continued negativity, the November unaudited financial documentation is a different story.
According to company numbers, there are possible signs of improvements with revenues of NT$21.2 billion ($729 million), up from NT$17.2 billion ($529) million reported in October. This boost can be attributed to the release of new hardware on the Android and Windows Phone platforms.
The company has two Windows Phone 8 smartphones, the HTC 8X and HTC 8S and both are launching in multiple markets through the festive holidays. Unfortunately, while the down spiral has halted, HTC is still performing weaker than what was reported on over the summer. With both the 8X and 8S going into consumer hands, it'll be interesting to see how well they perform through to 2013.
via: Android Central
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