HTC’s financial troubles have no end. The company released its monthly consolidated revenue for April 2017 of NT$4.71 billion ($155 million) which is a 9.29% decline compared to March and 18.03% decline YoY.
The total of revenue for the first four months of 2017 is NT$19.24 billion or $635 million, dropping 6.45% over January-April 2016 when the consolidated revenue was NT$20.57 billion (approximately $676 million).
This means the HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play sales aren't exactly great, and the two handsets won't be enough to bring the company back to the profitable side. Perhaps HTC fans are waiting for the flagship HTC U 11 that will be launched on May 16.
HTC's savior is allegedly coming with Snapdragon 835 and touch-sensitive frame with Edge Sense feature.
Keep pricing phones the way you do and you might have an exit coming soon
Another bingo. I second every word of this. HTC should read that.
Its the opposite. HTC needs to get 4,7" inch phone and fast. See why Iphone sells, 80% of people i know is not Apple but its the size. If you want a tablet buy a tablet. No point to have tablet size phone. There were times when smallest phones ...