HTC reports $625 million profit in Q3, rising smartphone demand
0. phoneArena posted on 31 Oct 2011, 06:11
Despite legal spats with Apple and slowing world economy which allegedly forced it to reduce its orders for Q4, HTC reported steady final results from its fiscal third quarter...
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1. Sniggly posted on 31 Oct 2011, 07:30 6 1
HTC: the little company that could. An amazing demonstration of the power of the free market. :)
4. SuperAndroidEvo posted on 31 Oct 2011, 08:22 4 1
It shows you that a great product with good quality, along side of Android can yeald great profits. Both HTC & Samsung are running to the bank all thanks to Android.
12. Nathan posted on 31 Oct 2011, 14:56 0 0
1. Samsung and HTC
2. HTCiscool posted on 31 Oct 2011, 07:37 3 3
The reason people buy HTCs is that they think they are ''high-class'' devices because of the fancy UI and innovative build. See, in terms of bang for buck HTC is near the bottom of the list, but they certainly have a way of making people think it is worth it just to have the great design and the right to display the famous flip clock on their homescreen.
If u guys didn't know a thing about specs, you would all have HTCs, don't lie.
3. remixfa posted on 31 Oct 2011, 08:12 3 0
so basically what your saying is HTC is the Apple of the Android world?? lol
no, im not a fan of Sense, never have been.
5. Sniggly posted on 31 Oct 2011, 08:50 6 0
If I had stuck with T-Mobile I'd have a Sensation. It was a well built phone and Sense is a great UI skin. I've never been happy about the internal memory HTC puts in their phones, but their phones are well done otherwise.
7. dmakun posted on 31 Oct 2011, 09:14 3 1
I use a HTC phone and have always since I started with android. I can't say I dispute or agree with your view that there are better android manufacturers better than htc (user experience wise) but I certainly don't agree they are lagging behind the likes of LG (maybe motorola and samsung may offer better experience but even this is arguable).
Aside from HTC sense not being a flexible launcher (e.g. golauncher :-) can you pls elaborate on what is bad about HTC sense?
By profession I'm an artist and I have a thing for eye-candy and wholesome UI design so I like sense for that quality. I am yet to see another android manufacturer present a rival that successfully differentiates from other androids. Also HTC's sense lets android newbies easily maneuver what is otherwise a quite tricky OS
8. Johnny_Mnemonic posted on 31 Oct 2011, 09:23 0 0
Htciscool you don't know what your talking about don't make sense
11. Nathan posted on 31 Oct 2011, 14:53 1 0
If HTC sucks so bad than why is your name "HTCiscool" with a picture of a HTC Sensation XL. xD
6. DigitalMD posted on 31 Oct 2011, 09:00 0 0
HTC makes good hardware, but they are falling behind in software upgrades and the Sense UI clashes with Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich so what are they going to do with Sense?
9. DigitalMD posted on 31 Oct 2011, 10:02 0 1
What is bad about HTC sense is that it now is holding back HTC. Honeycomb and ICS already incorporate many of the nice features that sense innovated. Now having that complex Sense UI layered on top of base android and tied into the supporting framework cost HTC months of delay in bringing out Android OS updates. They are woefully behind at this point with some of their flagship phones running Froyo and HTC seemingly unable to get updates out at all, much less in a timely fashion. Sense was once a marketing advantage, now its become an albatross hanging around HTC's neck.
Samsung and Motorola have both announced innovative new phones and tablets running ICS 4.0 HTC is still stuck on Froyo and Gingerbread, with no new product anouincements and on the verge of being left in the dust.
13. rockstarlive posted on 31 Oct 2011, 22:08 0 0
Rumor going around is HTC might debut another UI around CES or the next Mobile World Conference. Which is early 2012.
HTC might go with more than 1 UI, might not kill off Sense, just make another alternative.