The Taiwanese phone maker HTC has really had it hard for quite some years now. The firm mobile business has been reporting numbers that are deep in the red, and even at a time offloaded a portion to Google. Well, the company’s latest monthly reports suggest there could be light in the tunnel.
The Taiwanese smartphone maker recently in its recent monthly earning for June 2019 said it recorded TWD1.4 billion in revenue ($44 million), which is the highest in the past seven months. The firm had earlier in May recorded a 26.7 percent increase in consolidated sales from the previous month to NT$750 million (US$23.89 million).
For the first half of 2019, the HTC recorded revenue of TWD5.75 billion ($1.84 billion), out of which the month of June accounted for a substantial part. The increase on a monthly basis is quite impressive – 94.07% more than the TWD753 million, reported for May 2019.
HTC believes the days of severe bleeding is over. It is quite optimistic that things could further pick up in the coming months, when it is expected to push the Desire 19+ to the retail stores in Taiwan. And with U19e which is capable rivals to several devices including the Pixel 3a, the next few months could no doubt bring good fortune to the ailing company.