As HTC is a Taiwanese corporation, it must report its yearly as well as quarterly revenues.
With July wrapped up in the records book, so, too, was the HTC U11’s second month in the markets. Amid this month, the organization made roughly NT$6.2 billion (US$205.3 million). Year-over-year, that is a 2 percent drop — a parallel move.
Be that as it may, consider the HTC 10, Huawei’s flagship that released in April and started its sales in May. Certainly, the organization fared 2 percent better on profit in the U11’s first month of sales. However, the 10 percent drop in the second month compares inadequately to the HTC 10’s 6 percent drop.
|Earnings||2017 (billions of NT$)||2016 (billions of NT$)||Year-to-year difference|
|Flagship month 1||6.891||6.753||+2%|
|Flagship month 2||6.194||6.358||-2.5%|
All in all, what occurred with the smartphone that has as of now surpassed both the HTC 10 and One M9 altogether? Did the reasonable Desire line lose all sense of direction in the vacuum as the organization chose to eliminate its portfolio? Possibly the Vive, which is really unimportant to the organization as it is claimed by a spin-off, had something to do with it. We need to work this out when the second quarter results are about to be formally assembled.