HTC pulls a 180 degree reversal; company now expects revenue to fall in 2009
The company earlier this month reported second quarter earnings of $197.1 million dollars. That figure was higher than analysts had expected for the period and HTC said that full year shipments would be 20% higher than an earlier prediction due to the strength of their smartphone models. But the momentum has slowed down despite good reviews and public demand for HTC phones like the Windows Mobile powered Touch Pro2. That handset is about to launch in the U.S. on August 12th with T-Mobile. On the Android side, the HTC Hero has had strong reviews and is the first phone with Google's open source OS to support flash. As we've reported, a list of upcoming devices for Sprint shows the Hero being released for the pin-dropping network on October 11th.
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5. PhoneArena Team posted on 03 Aug 2009, 06:41 0 0
We are sorry for the mistake. It has been corrected to "Taiwanese".
6. Kiltlifter posted on 03 Aug 2009, 16:22 0 0
No problem phonearena... I am not judgemental, just correcting the article... unlike some of the tools that complain about the information on this sight, but still always blog about it and constantly visit. You provide good information and I enjoy coming to this site.
2. idiotwind13 posted on 01 Aug 2009, 09:25 0 0
" Now, after what the company is calling unexpected slowdowns in unit shipments and other product delays, the Taiwanese manufacturer now expects a low to mid-single digit decline in revenue this year." Um. Yeah. I didnt see a Korea in there.
4. Kiltlifter posted on 02 Aug 2009, 16:10 0 0
That is because they corrected it you moron... i guess your name says it all.
3. zaidou86 posted on 02 Aug 2009, 11:07 0 0
In France, HTC use to lead smartphone runing on Windows Mobile. But untile iPhone event, french users are looking for more features on their device. I think androïd phones could bring momentum to HTC in mass market.