As the economic depression affected great phone manufacturers like Sony Ericsson, Motorola and Nokia, other brands continued to sell well. Among those, HTC had a superb third quarter and they managed to get a record revenue of $528.6 million in November. They even threw a party to celebrate this victory.


Wondering why they did so well? Well, mentioning only a few of their great handsets, they’ve launched devices like the Touch Diamond, Touch Pro, Touch HD and T-Mobile G1. The latest revenues are up 11% from the previous month and 22.1% when compared to 2007. Imagine the figures if Touch HD would have reached the US…

[via Engadget Mobile]

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