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HTC wraps Q3 with 31 percent annual gain on September revenue

By Jules Wang October 6, 2016, 5:04 pm

HTC has posted its winningest month of revenue since last November.

The company made more than NT$9.3 billion (US$295.6 million) in September, up almost 42 percent from August and 31 percent better than a year ago. The company wraps the third quarter with a total of NT$22.23 billion, eking out a 3.9 percent gain over 2015. Pitting up year-to-date numbers, though, the company’s still off in total revenue by nearly 42 percent.

Publicly-traded companies in Taiwan are required to revenues every month.

Between slowing sales of the HTC 10 and the Vive still trying to pick up steam, it may have been the contract with Google to manufacture its Pixel phone that may have helped September’s numbers up, though we can’t be certain if money traded places until the manufacturer officially reports its third quarter numbers around November 2.

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The company is trying to break even after five straight quarters of net losses.

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