Smart phone and PDA manufacturer High Tech Computer (HTC), which lists T-Mobile, Orange, Audiovox, Vodafone, O2, i-mate and others among its customers, said November was its third consecutive month of record-breaking revenues.
The company, which also believed to build devices for PalmOne, including the new Treo 650 smart phone, saw sales top TWD5.42bn ($166.8m) during November 2004, up 102.5 per cent year on year and 34.8 per cent on October's total, TWD4.02bn ($123.8m). September 2004 was also a record month for the company, with revenues reaching almost TWD3bn ($92.4m).
HTC has build something of a reputation for itself over the last year or so for developing feature-packed Windows Mobile-based smart phones, such as the Orange SPV c500, and the O2 XDA IIs PocketPC phone. ®
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