HTC Makes Less Revenue

Bring HTC Out Enough New Smartphones?

The Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC (see ejinhua.org) has indeed achieved in November 2013, a slight increase in sales compared to October. Compared to last year, the Group has, however tidy lost revenue. Why was it?

In November HTC (converted 386 million euros) made a turnover of 15.47 billion New Taiwan Dollars with its smartphones. Compared to October, an increase of 3.2 percent. Comparing this year’s sales but with the previous year, which represents a decrease of 27.1 percent since last year, HTC has posted a turnover of 21.23 billion New Taiwan Dollars in the same month. And from January to November this year the company’s sales amounted to 190.97 billion New Taiwan dollars even by as much 28.6 percent lower than the same period last year.

Approximately 5.2 million smartphones HTC has sold the analysts According to Trend Force in the fourth quarter of this year worldwide. These were 16.2 percent less compared to the third quarter of 2013. Why is that? Analysts see a reason for the decline in sales is that HTC has only the One Max released a single new smartphone. The crazy thing: In the past, the Taiwanese company was confronted with the accusation that it brings too many smartphones on the market. HTC drew consequences: This year it presented only two high-end smartphones – the One came in March with us in trade. In October came the One Max, the big brother of One, on the market.

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