HTC sees a 87.8% year-to-year increase in its June sales

HTC sees a 87.8% year-to-year increase in its June sales
Last month we reported that HTC has more than doubled its May sales year-on-year, and it seems the company is keeping up with this impressive performance. Not really over 100% better, but for the month of June, HTC has again achieved some pretty good sales figures, with a reported 87.8% increase, compared to last year's June.

Most of HTC's success in recent history is attributed to its wonderful Android-based smartphones, which are renowned for their premium construction, competitive specifications and polished software in the form of the Sense user interface, which has also managed to differentiate the company's products from those of rival Android phone manufacturers.

Will HTC continue to impress us with such great results? Do you find offerings like the HTC Sensation 4G and EVO 3D good enough to compete with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S II and LG Optimus 3D? Don't miss to tell us in the comments!

source: Electronista



1. Helal unregistered

HTC rules. They are the only ones differentiating android making it a great experience

3. AndroidOS

Posts: 100; Member since: Jun 21, 2011

Which is why I wish the Evo series would come to AT&T.

2. AndroidOS

Posts: 100; Member since: Jun 21, 2011

Not so QUIETLY Brilliant anymore :)

4. Love HTC unregistered

HTC is the best..but you gotta give it to Sammy with the gs2. The sensation and the Evo are great phones but without new roms and unlocking the bootloaders on these devices the sg2 is the better phone in most aspects. I hope s-off is on its way...

5. thunderboltnogood unregistered

HTC sucks...The thunderbolt is a failure. I am on my sixth thunderbolt.. no gingerbread on 30 june. What is purpose of 4g. What is purpose of front facing camera. Constant reboots...horrible battery life....the phone is the worst smartphone i have ever owned....hotspot does not stay connected...i have ran out of problems to discuss.maybe its Htc. Maybe its verizon...i think its htc. If i had a honda with all of these problems i wouldnt blame the dealership where i bought it. I would blame honda for building a defective car. This not being the case..just a point of i blame Htc...they are not that great of a smartphone maker. This is what makes Ape run circles around all smartphone makers....and i have never owned an iphone....

9. hate_stupid_people unregistered

Sounds like the jackass that went through 6 thunderbolts is the problem! I bet you're one of those people that returns a phone the second any tiny minuscule problem occurs. Give me a break! HTC by far is dominating the android platform and apple is losing ground in phone sales year over year. HTC will be the new apple in 5 years. My advice go buy yourself a pager and save everyone a headache that has to deal with you!

16. Phonecall01 unregistered

There might be a few bad HTC models out there. That doesn't mean HTC sucks. The numbers speaks for themselves. Apple only has one device and they control the software in it. Chances of software malfunction are to a minimum. iOS is great (I've used it). But it you wan't your phone to be what you want it to be, there's nothing like Android.

17. dmakun

Posts: 382; Member since: Jun 06, 2011

@thunderboltnogood, I imagine using a smart phone is relatively new to you. I refuse to believe ur claim to having used six dud HTC products. You probably damaged them! My only complaint is HTC's products is battery capacity. Besides that, they are undoubtedly outstanding from hardware to software. User experience provided by the sense ui is fantastic. My first ever HTC phone (legend) is a beauty and android = customization! I don't even have to root or jailbreak (in apple terms) to enjoy the endless amount of configuration android allows the user.

6. XavierMathews

Posts: 6; Member since: Jul 04, 2011

HTC still has best UI. LG's UI feels like Touch Wizs. . .

7. wauwab unregistered

wouldn't it be nice you can buy HTC phones in the US w/o having one of the carriers clinched on your back, too? Or to have the HTC Sense UI installed optionally, like free for HTC phone users and sold to smartphones of a different brand at a fee as if you buy the SPB software? Well if this was the case I believe that even I had a HTC phone...

10. hate_stupid_people unregistered

Im pretty sure HTC started the touch screen frenzy years before apple jumped on the band wagon. HTC made phones way ahead of there time while apple hit it big with one flash motorola hit it big with the razor, now its a dying company already split from its mother and slowly fading away. If Motorola's next lineup of phones doesnt sell then Motorola mobility is in for some rocky times.

8. ryq unregistered

htc like samsung should thank android for their success. and of course apple for starting all this touchscreen smartphone craze.

12. Whateverman

Posts: 3295; Member since: May 17, 2009

HTC actually made touch screen phones that really helped start the craze, Apple should probably my thank HTC. Apple definitely took it to the next level, but HTC started making their m ovie before the iphone was introduced. They may not have been as popular as Apple, but they contributed just as much if not more to the technology the we all enjoy now.

11. christianqwerty

Posts: 467; Member since: May 05, 2011

I will never buy an HTC phone, I've had an HTC fuze and touch diamond, both were horrible,only the diamond work now, with problems . My trusty razor outlasted both with NO problems!

13. cheeseycheeser

Posts: 413; Member since: Mar 24, 2011

@Christianqwerty blame windows mobile for that! Not HTC!! HTC is good, but winmo was crap! Try an android one out. It's amazing

15. saiki4116

Posts: 413; Member since: Mar 31, 2011

internal memory and battery are the only cons.

18. tryecrot unregistered

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