Recently, HTC has published its latest revenue figures for 2020 and September 2020 looks like the best month for the manufacturer.
Its lineup of goods and services produced NT$ 817 million, which is approximately $28.4 million in the US.
However, the company had better days, if you compare the revenue with the one from last year when HTC registered 35.94% more profit.
A full Q3 2020 report is expected later this year, but the descending spiral in the market share has been rather critical.
However, the Taiwanese manufacturer is expected to continue promoting its downsized smartphone business while growing the VR division, in hopes this will bring more profits.
In June, the manufacturer has made a comeback on the smartphone market with its new Vive XR Suite, which is an upcoming subscription package consisting of five VR applications that cater to various work and social needs.
Soon after, HTC announced its first 5G phone – the HTC U20 5G, and the more affordable HTC Desire 20 Pro at an event in Taipei, to follow up last year’s U19e and Desire 19+.