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HTC has published its unaudited February 2012 revenue numbers, which show that the company made NT$20.294 billion (~$688 million) last month. The figure represents a 36.79% year-on-year drop for the manufacturer, but is a step in the right direction from the 52.55% year-on-year drop in January. HTC made NT$3.679 billion (~$125 million) more in February than it did in January, a 22% increase in revenue.

After a tough fourth quarter of 2011, HTC will be hoping to turn around its fortunes with its new flagship series, HTC One, which was unveiled at Mobile World Congress last week.

Source: HTC

 

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Unaudited Feb. 2012 HTC revenues show signs of recovery

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I'm ready to upgrade my 3D for something with a quad core, bigger battery and a bigger screen. Hope they announce something soon for Sprint, I want to stick with HTC.

HTC lost my trade when the started putting Non-removable battery's and No SD Slots in a lot of there new phones.