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HTC posts revenues for February 2014 showing continued slump in earnings


Taiwanese manufacturer HTC has just announced its unaudited sales figures for February 2014, which reveals the company’s continued poor run in the industry. A total of NT$7.2 billion ($238 million) was made in February, which is a decrease in revenues by 25.29% compared to the previous month.

HTC now has to make NT$17.1 billion by the end of this month to meet its quarterly estimates. However, it’s very unlikely that the manufacturer would reach those figures considering that its upcoming flagship will not break cover until April or May in world markets. The company will also hope for midrange devices like the Desire 610 and the Desire 816 to sell in great volumes in developing regions across the world.

The All New HTC One is expected to be announced in about three weeks from now in a New York City event. However, several leaks over the past few weeks have given away every secret of the smartphone, so there’s very little mystery left.

Source: HTC

Via: Android Central


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  1. HTC is one of my favorite brands especially for smartphones. It’s a loss to consumers if this company will eventually leave the market.
    I love using HTC One. I hope they can turn things around soon.

  2. Wow. This is disappointing. I hope HTC gets back on track soon–I would hate to see this company fall, as that means Samsung would probably take over. We need more competition, not less.

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