In a bid to reach past its target of 13.5 million unit sales while hitting record sales revenue in the third quarter of this year, HTC is poised to add 8 more Android devices to its already long list of Android handsets.
HTC has surpassed its sales target for the second quarter by selling 12.11 million units, way beyond its estimated target of 11.5 million units.
With HTC’s strong performance in the Android devices market, investors are confident of the Taiwanese manufacturer’s potential to reach greater heights. HTC’s combined revenue hit the NT$124.4 billion mark in the second quarter, with net profits amounting to NT$17.52 billion.
The company has vowed to continue pushing out middle- to high-end smartphones in China as part of its strategy to stay ahead of the competition.
The Taiwanese company has been providing the world with a variety of Android devices, each one catering to various crowds and market segments. Its strong affinity to the Android platform has been hailed by many as commendable and has even been said to be a chief reason for its huge strides in the smartphones market.
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