Despite the fact that Apple’s iPhone 4 is still outselling its green robot rivals (despite Cupertino’s design flaw), it looks like HTC’s embrace of “all things Android” is starting to pay off (quite literally).
HTC has posted revenues of NT$ 23.858 billion (US$741.392 million) for June 2010, up 66.68% from a year earlier. Second-quarter revenues totaled NT$60.532 billion up 58.45% on year. (DigiTimes)
Although Motorola has received most of the praise for its successful (original) Droid launch in the US (aka Milestone in Europe), HTC was one of the first manufacturers to embrace Android, releasing numerous devices ranging from the nimble myTouch to the (more more impressive)Â Droid Incredible.
Even though there are numerous otherÂ manufacturesÂ partnering with Google in order to take on the iDevice, it looks as if HTC success with the mobile OS could propel the company to become the vanguard of Android devices (something that probably displeases Apple).