Back in March, we told you that HTC is in a slow process of recovering from what have been some pretty bad months, sales-wise.
Now HTC has announced that its revenues have increased once again. The company posted revenues of 30.88 billion Taiwanese dollars (1.05 billion USD) for March 2012. That’s a 52.2% increase compared to February, but a 16.6% decrease year-on-year.
The recently-announced One X, One S and One V Android ICS handsets will most likely help HTC to further increase sales. All three new devices will be released in the US. The One X will come to AT&T as the One XL (pictured below), and to Sprint as the Evo 4G LTE. The One S will be released by T-Mobile, while the cheaper One V is expected to debut on MetroPCS, US Cellular, and Virgin Mobile.
We’re now waiting for HTC to announce its full Q1 2012 results, to see exactly how many smartphones it has sold, and how that compares to the numbers of Apple, Samsung and others.
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