The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are unlikely to come close to their predecessors' sales figures, and Samsung's overall profits will decline as a direct consequence.
HTC's quarterly revenues were down again in the January - March 2018 timeframe, generating an operating loss of around $175 million, but thanks to a recent Google deal, the Taiwanese company actually posted a net profit.
Pretty much all of Microsoft's products and services reported substantial year-on-year hikes in January - March 2018 revenue, from Surface hardware to Xbox software.
LG Electronics had a great overall first quarter of the year, generating profits of over $1 billion. The chaebol's mobile division lost money once again, but the G7 ThinQ might be a winner.
Samsung made more money between January and March 2018 than ever before, specifically around $14.5 billion in operating profit, but no thanks to the iPhone X.
It no longer comes as a big surprise that HTC isn't capable of making money, losing more than ever over a three-month period that's generally very lucrative for tech manufacturers.
There truly is no end in sight to HTC's financial misery, which has further deepened in February 2018, with a new record set for low monthly earnings.
Before it can return to quarterly profitability with Google's help, HTC's monthly income scores are still shrinking, and new Vive headsets will probably not help that much.
Sony will have a new CEO, CFO and mobile business skipper starting April 1, reporting astounding overall financial results for fiscal Q3 2017, but once again losing on smartphones.
LG lost another $192 million on smartphones during Q4 2017, nonetheless reporting all-time high overall annual revenues of $55.4 billion.
If it wasn't abundantly clear, October revenue confirms 2017 has been a bad year for HTC following half a decade already of constant financial decline.
Samsung Electronics is keen to avoid a leadership "vacuum" with a younger new generation of managers while making even more money during Q3 than Q2 2017.
Samsung Electronics might be making crazy amounts of money right now, but an "unprecedented crisis inside out" continues to shake up its management.
LG's mobile division is expected to post its tenth consecutive quarter loss for the July - September 2017 timeframe, despite solid overall company profits.
Lenovo is still hoping for mobile industry relevance after selling a total of 11 million own-brand and Motorola smartphones between April and June 2017.
Despite relatively strong HTC U11 sales, the company's overall Q2 2017 financial report doesn't look so hot, with a quarterly loss of USD 72 million.
Total Apple revenue was on the rise this past quarter compared to last year, and it's all thanks to "services." And iPads. And of course, iPhones.
Huawei reported decent year-on-year H1 2017 revenue growth, but the best may be yet to come, starting with a spectacular "full-screen" Mate 10 this fall.
As attractive as we found it, the LG G6 simply didn't sell well during Q2 2017. But the company's home appliances and TVs were profitable enough.
Instead of helping LG's smartphone division finally yield a quarterly profit, the G6 contributed to bigger losses and lower overall earnings.
Thanks to the beloved Galaxy S8 duo, but more importantly memory chips and OLED screens, Samsung expects to post record profit numbers this Q2.
Compared to the first three months of 2016, Fitbit's Q1 2017 wasn't great. But it wasn't as bad as analysts predicted, and that smartwatch is coming soon.
Sony has finally found a way to stop its smartphones from bleeding money, but does it even matter anymore?