May was best month so far in 2016 for manufacturer, who has reported revenue of £587 million from January to end of May
May was the best best month of sales for HTC so far in 2016, despite the manufacturer seeing its revenue plummet 37 per cent year on year to NT$6.75 billion (£143 million).
For the year up until May, the Taiwanese manufacturer has posted unaudited revenue of NT$27.32 billion (£587 million).
Last month saw HTC release its latest flagship device, the HTC 10 (pictured above), to critical acclaim. This helped its sales increase from NT$5.75 billion (£124 million) in April, giving the firm its best announced month this year.
Q1 revenues at the phone-maker fell more than 64 per cent to 14.8 billion Taiwanese dollars for the the three months ending March 31.