HTC's stellar track record doesn't look to slow down any time soon – especially when we're constantly greeted to devices like the HTC Incredible and EVO 4G. Although it remains unclear whether or not the global economy has recovered from the downturn that seemingly crippled many companies, HTC remains to be competitive as it's found that they were able to ship out approximately 2.8 million devices in Q1 2010; according to Canalys. In a period of uncertainty, that 1 percent increase is still significant as HTC's own figures sheds light on 3.5 million devices shipped. Additionally, HTC intends to see more growth during Q2 2010
as they expect to see a rise in shipments between Q1 and Q2 by roughly 36 percent. Using the approach of saturating the market by rapidly releasing new devices, it looks as though this strategy is proving to be successful, but Apple's release of the next iPhone this summer may prove to be a challenge for the Taiwan based manufacturer. However, there is still some good news down the road towards the end of the year as they're expected to release their very first Windows Phone
7 handset. In the mean time, it'll be interesting to see how the HTC EVO 4G will perform as it looks to compete head-on with Apple's juggernaut.