HTC shows shocking financial results this year. The latest financial indicators are more than just impressive… July was a successful month for the Taiwanese company because comparing the sales rate with the data of July, 2010, we can easily count the sales grew by 83.3 percent. But the company provides positive indicators not only in comparison with the last year, but also with the previous month. More details after the jump.
HTC has launched a few handsets this year, and as it announced there will be as many as 8 more smartphones by the end of the year. So we can assume its sales rate will increase by the end of the year, and that time HTC will look more powerful. Anyway, HTC’s revenue in July, 2011, was 45.11 billion TWD (US$1.57 billion) while last year the company showed only 24.61 billion TWD (US$857 million). Moreover, when HTC got 45.05 billion TWD (US$1.57 billion) in June, everyone thought that’s a record index for the company, now the same people understand that wasn’t a limit.
Of course, we all understand that the company succeeds thanks to Android and the strategy it manages with the platform, so HTC will try to defend Google during the current patent wars, and of course it will continue to improve what it owns, say HTCSense.com.