News by Luke Jones on Tuesday July 07, 2015.
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HTC announced its second quarter financials today and there was not much surprise to see the results were not good. After a number of quarters turning a profit, the company?s minor comeback came to a grinding halt as it dipped below the red line. The reason for that is the lukewarm reception the One M9 flagship received from critic and consumer alike.This is just a preliminary look at HTC's state through the second quarter, but still it is obvious the damage has been done. Revenue topped at $1.07 billion and left behind an operating loss of $166.2 million, a net loss of $256 million. Just three months ago the company made $11.6 million off $1.3 billion in overall revenue.
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