HTC has published its business review for the third quarter, which reveals the financials of the company for the last quarter. It doesn’t specify the number of handsets sold.
The company continues to make a profit, despite that it’s less than the previous quarter. The Taiwanese company generated a revenue of NT$41.9 billion for the third quarter, with the profit amounting to NT$0.6 billion (almost $19 million).
Last quarter, the company generated revenues of NT$65 billion (almost $2.17 billion), which is higher then the third quarter, but it at least made a profit after months of losses.
The company also mentioned that HTC One M8 continued with its momentum despite the fierce competition in the market, even their Desire line up is making good progress. The Desire 610 and 510 continued with good demand in the US and Europe, while HTC Desire 816 performed well in emerging markets such as China, India and the Middle East. The company also launched the Desire 820 with a 64-bit processor in China, and received support from major Chinese operators.
The company also launched a number of new handsets including the Desire Eye with a new Eye experience, as well as the Re camera. It would be interesting to see the performance of the Taiwanese OEM in the next quarter.
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