HTC continues growth seeing sales double over last May

HTC continues growth seeing sales double over last May
Every new report of HTC's earnings growth tells a similar story: this company is making a killing since the smartphone boom started. Yet, somehow the story never seems to get old (at least not to us). And, HTC has done it again reporting consolidated sales for May 2011 that more than double sales from May 2010. 

HTC reported to the Taiwan Stock Exchange that they had consolidated sales of T$40.62 billion ($1.42 billion USD) in May 2011, which is not only more than April 2011 (T$38.73b), but it more than doubles the numbers from May of last year when the company reported sales of just T$18.81b ($656 million USD). 

The growth of HTC is due to its great showing in the smartphone market. Most of the sales are from Android handsets, although the company has promised to continue Windows Phone 7 support as well. 

source: Reuters via Engadget



1. MalakiMills

Posts: 257; Member since: Jun 15, 2010

I love HTC, being a thunderbolt owner I can say that their build quality is one of the best as far as how solid in the hand they feel, and seeing as they will continue to keep the bootloaders unlocked I am fairly confident that they will keep my business for a few more years. (especially once they release a dual core out for verizon)

2. snowgator

Posts: 3624; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

Big fan of HTC. They just keeps putting out high quality, improving hardware devices. Just a blast to use. There are a couple of dark horses I may grab when we get a new contract, but if it is a Windows Phone or Droid, I cannot see it being from any other maker for me.

3. gallitoking

Posts: 4721; Member since: May 17, 2011

great phones... i had the HTC incredible and was a amazinf phone. just one critice... most of the phone look alike.... it would be nice if we can distinguish the phone without having to ask the person what phone is it... no hating just expresing my opinion

4. ILikeBubbles

Posts: 525; Member since: Jan 17, 2011

Smart move of them to keep the bootloaders unlocked. Then we'd. Get to see a more realistic number of rooters. 2% my Ass.

7. Shafeer

Posts: 79; Member since: Dec 30, 2010

Batteries are the only problem I guess.

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