HTC sales are going great guns, with the Taiwanese company announcing that it more than doubled its May income year-on-year.
Consolidated sales for May 2011 came in at T$40.62 billion – that's over £864 million – compared to T$18.82 billion in May 2010 (around £400 million).
That's more than double, maths fans. It's also a 5 per cent month-on-month increase compared to April 2011.
The arrows are all pointing up
It's not the first time this year that HTC has had financial cause to pop open the champagne: in April it emerged that its 2011 Q1 results saw it overtake Nokia as the third largest phone manufacturer in the world by market capitalisation.
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