HTC has been facing some tumultuous times as of late. The HTC One was slow to roll out to customers, and another COO stepped down today. But HTC’s May monthly sales report points to an upswing in sales for the company, which grew by 48 percent in May when compared to the April sales figures. This jump is no doubt due to the release of the HTC One, which has shown that it can hold its own against Samsung’s Galaxy S4.
The company has no doubt been having tough times, with its share value dropping 76 percent over the last few years. But with HTC overcoming its production problems and popularity of the HTC One growing after a worldwide rollout, HTC could be showing some profits when the Q2 2013 results come out later this year.
HTC cannot rely on the momentum of the HTC One alone, however, and it looks as though HTC realizes this. The company is rumored to be working on new devices such as the HTC One Mini and a HTC One T6 phablet, as well as launching a dual-sim version of the HTC One in China.
[Via: Unwired View]