HTC One Release Helps the Taiwanese Giant to Increase Revenues
May 7, 2013
HTC One revenues
The launch of HTC One has helped the Taiwanese manufacturer get back on the rising profits horse.
During the past year and a half, HTC hasn’t been enjoying the success and profits the Taiwanese mobile casino gambling giant has before. The company has even been losing market share to its competitors. However, just as everyone has predicted, the launch of One has helped the manufacturer to gain back some ground.
HTC One is the company’s latest Android casino tamer, which is said to currently be the best smartphone on the market. Indeed, some of its features are far ahead of the competition, not to mention exquisite, luxurious looks of the slim unibody.
HTC’s April financial figures are showing that the company is back on track and the situation may very well change for the better pretty soon. In the month of March, HTC’s revenues grew 23% backed by the flagship’s launch and have reached over $650 million.
However, based on the previous troubles, HTC’s earnings are still 40% lower year on year, but there’s already light at the end of the tunnel. Most hopes are naturally connected with the latest mobile casino games tool – the HTC One, but the company is also expected to introduce a couple of mid-range devices in the near future as well.
Peter Chou, HTC’s SEO, is counting on even better financial performance in May and June, once the supply shortages have been overcome. The Q2 revenue estimates are currently standing at $2.4 billion, which correlated to another 50% increase in sales figures over the next two months.