HTC 's January revenues declined 27% year-over-year

HTC continued its free fall in January as the company reported a 15% decline in revenue sequentially (from December 2017), and a 27% decline year-over-year (from January 2017). Even though the HTC U11 was arguably the manufacturer’s best flagship in years, the company once again failed to gain any traction against Samsung and the Chinese Android manufacturers who have overtaken HTC over the last few years.

One might argue that HTC peaked with 2010’s EVO 4G, which we gave a 9.5 out of 10 with our review back in 2010. And even though the HTC One (M7) and HTC One (M8) impressed many with its …


HTC's revenues are on the rise, and it's all thanks to the U11

So the verdict is in (and has been for more than a month now, but nevermind that): the HTC U11 is a pretty sweet phone. And, for a change, customers are now actually buying it, as HTC has just had its best month of the year so far in terms of revenue.

To put it simply, June has brought the Taiwanese phone maker an increase in revenue more than 50 percent compared with last month (which isn’t surprising at all, considering the last new phone from the company was announced all the way back in April). The total revenue for the month was $225.2 million, …