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Thursday, 06 December 2012 10:37

HTC sales pick up in November

Written by Fudzilla staff

Sign of recovery or fluke?

2012 was one of the worst years in HTC’s history, but it seems the smartphone maker could end its annus horribilis on a positive note.

HTC’s revenues have rebounded in November and the company is now reporting revenues of $730 million, a 23.3 increase over October. However, the figures are still some 30 percent below November 2011 revenues, so HTC still has a long way to go.

HTC’s cumulative 2012 revenue is also down 39 percent from 2011. Hopefully the outfit will get back on track next year, as it is practically the only Android phone maker that places an emphasis on build quality. Otherwise, we’ll all be stuck with plasticky Samsungs.

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