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Monday, 10 September 2012 10:12

HTC revenues expected to rebound in September

Written by Fudzilla staff

Just in time for the iPhone 5 to mess them up again

Analysts believe that better days are ahead for HTC. SinoPac Securities Investment Service issued a statement on Monday, optimistically forecasting that HTC will see a rebound in its monthly revenues in September.

The optimism is rooted in HTC’s imminent launch of the HTC J in Taiwan. The HTC J proved quite a hit in Japan and HTC hopes to repeat the success in other markets. Analysts believe HTC’s revenues for September could hit $1 billion, which sounds very optimistic given that the outfit reported $804 million in August.

HTC’s launch of a 5-inch superphone later this year, along with two Windows Phone 8 handsets, is expected to sustain momentum between September and October.

However, we would take the report with a grain of salt, as it sounds almost too good to be true.

More here.

Fudzilla staff

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