HTC’s October Revenue Decreases By A Staggering 25.8% YoY

HTC U11+

HTC monthly financial report for October has been released and the result is not something the company will smile over. Its revenue was NT$6.06 billion ($200 million) which represents 6.8% decrease from September it recorded NT$6.51 bn ($215 million). This decrease is a whopping 25.8% Year-over-Year (YoY).

Since the beginning of this year, HTC has made a total sale of NT$52.44 billion which is 18.2% lower than the sales over a similar period last year. Nevertheless, with the recent launch of HTC U11+ and HTC U11 Life, these digits are expected to rise in the coming months.

(NT$, million)
(NT$, million)
MoM change YoY change
October Revenue 6,064 8,172 -6.86% -25.79%
September Revenue 6,510 9,332 116.95% -30.24%
August Revenue 3,001 6,579 -51.56% -54.39%
July Revenue 6,194 6,319 -10.11% -1.97%
June Revenue 6,891 6,358 52.10% 8.38%
May Revenue 4,531 6,753 -3.89% -32.91%
April Revenue 4,714 5,751 -9.29% -18.03%
March Revenue 5,197 4,144 11.30% 25.41%
February Revenue 4,669 4,200 0.09% 11.17%
January Revenue 4,665 6,477 -27.18% -27.98%
TOTAL 52,437 64,085 -18.18%

HTC U11+ uses a Snapdragon 835 processor and it comes in two variants in terms of RAM and ROM. It has the 4GB+64GB version and the 6GB+128GB variant. This smartphone uses a 6.0-inch LCD display. It is further equipped with a 12MP rear camera with f/1.7 aperture and dual LED flashlight supported by an 8MP f/2.0 aperture selfie shooter. The U11+ runs Android 8 Oreo and a huge 3930 mAh battery keeps its lights on.

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HTC U11 Life is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. It sports a 5.2-inch LCD screen with 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution. Its rear camera is a 16MP snapper while the selfie shooter is an 8MP camera. HTC U11 Life ships with Android 7.1 which is expected to upgrade to Android 8.0 Oreo within a month. The lights of this smartphone are kept on by a 2600 mAh battery.


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