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New products shown at CES this week should offer hope for more sales and HTC surely needs them. The company experienced a second consecutive quarterly operating loss on revenues of NT$42.9 billion (US $1.43B), according to Bloomberg. Without profits from the sale of its stake in Beats, HTC would have posted another quarterly net loss as sales have continued to trend down, but it eked out a small after-tax profit of NT$0.31 billion. For a visual look at HTC’s woes, check out this chart of HTC’s monthly revenues for the past 24 months that ZDNet put together: December’s year-over-year revenues were 42.36 percent lower in 2013.

  1. I stopped using HTC when they stop adding microsd slots and user replaceable batteries. Hopefully they learn a thing or two from samsung and pull themselves out of this rut.

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  2. Android is a money loser for OEM’s, that aren’t named Samsung.

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  3. HTC’s release of its One Max phone has also failed to halt a nine-quarter slide in sales as China’s Lenovo Group Ltd. (LNVGY) and Huawei Technologies Co. continue to gain market share. http://bit.ly/19N1wOm

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