HTC: Net Sales of October Shows Signs of Recovery

HTC today announced data on turnover recorded in October, equivalent to 8.95 billion Taiwanese dollars, or about 276 million us dollars at the Exchange. The figure, compared with what transpired over the past four months, results in a positive sign, since revenue is back to grow after a difficult summer, surpassing the values recorded in the months of June, July, August and September 2015.
At the same time, the taiwanese manufacturer announced the total turnover of the period from January to October 2015 2015, amounting to 104.88 billion Taiwanese dollars, or about 3.24 billion u.s. dollars. No mention yet of gains and losses, to determine which you will need to wait for the closing of the current fiscal quarter (in late December), and the data on an annual basis is still negative, but the trend positive again on a monthly basis with regard to the turnover.
Positive notes from stock market with a redeeming value after the negative peak reached in August.
October was a month of substantial transition for HTC that, at least in Europe, could not play the card of new models to be offered to the public, except for Desire 626. The month that has just begun, in contrast, will be characterized by the arrival of the new HTC One A9 on which the company is focusing to grow sales in the run up to the holiday season.