Taking the smartphone market by storm since the beginning of the year, the money train is looking to keep on moving forward for HTC as they expect some records to be broken in Q2 2010. The room for growth continually looks to be sunny as HTC hopes to see record revenues in Q2 with a 50 percent increase on shipments which would tally in at 4.5 million for the quarter. In this quarter alone, the Taiwan based company released 6 devices – one of them being a Windows Mobile powered handset; the HTC HD mini. Joey Cheng Cheng, HTC’s director of investor relations, said that Europeans and Asians are still more familiar with their Windows Mobile phones despite US consumers adopting Google’s Android platform with open arms. The Windows Mobile scene for HTC isn’t looking to back down any time soon as they expect to launch two additional devices – the HTC Tera and the HTC Trophy before the end of June 2010. Looking past the horizon, they’ve reconfirmed the notion that they’ll have a Windows Phone 7 smartphone by the end of the year. Even though HP may have gotten a hold of Palm, they’re still looking to lead the market with their premier offerings.
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