HTC continues to struggle and took a serious hit in February, recording their lowest revenue in three years. Sales fell 44 percent compared to February 2012 to $380.4 million, which is also a 27 percent drop from January sales.
HTC, which has its North American headquarters in Bellevue, is a longtime Microsoft partner that still makes Windows Phones, but branched out some time ago to embrace Android, as well, finding itself in a bit of a tough spot vs. Samsung’s strong lineup of Android devices. Then there’s also the competition from Apple’s iPhone, too.
The company hopes to rebound when its flagship HTC One debuts later this month.
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