(Posts: 5; Member since: 03 May 2011)
Just a day ago before these figures came out I read on another website how analysts thought HTC was on shaky ground as stock prices had dipped despite very good sales numbers. While im not informd on all the facts they have I do know that I know or have talked to many an android user who will not own anything except an HTC phone. They are a solid company that has a good game plan and these numbers prove it.
(Posts: 7301; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)
Good job, HTC! I'm proud of you! :)
(Posts: 1900; Member since: 15 Jun 2011)
I would guess they sell so many producets because of sense. Htc and apple are the only ones who recognize the importance of the interface. It's about the experience of the product and they get that.
(Posts: 3248; Member since: 17 May 2009)
I think the rest understand the importance of a good UI, but they just can't make one for some reason. The Drooid X has great hardware, but Blur hurts my eyes! But hey, that's what home replacements are for.
(Posts: 3516; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
I know the Thunderbolt has been really well recieved and the Inspire is respected, but I just wonder how much more the U.S. sales numbers would improve if there was a HTC Sensation/EVO 3D varient on AT&T and Verizon. Seems like a missed opportunity all the way around.
Hard to argue with success though. Numbers do not lie.
(Posts: 286; Member since: 03 May 2011)
Sense 3.0 broke the bluetooth and no longer syncs contacts to some cars, like BMW.
Might be either your phone or car.
Just think what their numbers would be if they would release the Holiday. Upon looking at several sites, I feel like I am like several others, whoever releases first between the Holiday, Galaxy S II, & Iphone 5 will get our business. Real toss up may be between the 2 android devices. I'm Iphone for now but if either one of the others is released well before Iphone I'll probably jumping ship to the droid side
How about a double battery life or outstanding battery performance hTC?
HTC beats analysts' revenue estimates for third straight quarter with record breaking Q2