HTC Enlisted in the World’s Top-Selling Smartphones
Here is another proof of Android smartphones striking high-water revenues this year: HTC just got into the list of ten largest-selling mobile devices worldwide.
High Tech Computer Corporation, from the veritable Formosa land, hits world-record worthy sales in the second quarter of 2010. It is that worthy it made to the following slot just below the iPhone, and it is only the first time of the Taiwan-based handheld maker.
The Thursday-released Gartner chart for Q2 2010 listed 1.8% market share and 5.9 million unit sales for HTC. These figures are more than twice the results of the smartphone’s sales in the same quarter last year. Gartner attributes this to Android’s huge share in the OS-for-mobile-device market and HTC’s bold branding strategy.
Consumer interest on smartphones, something HTC is “quietly brilliant” at making, has indeed pushed the company’s steady market growth. It looks like this quiet brilliance is now bent on making some noise worldwide.View Article Source »