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HTC sells 13 million mobile phones in three months

Taiwanese based mobile phone maker High Tech Computer Corporation has announced a quarterly financial update, which saw 13.2 million units shipped.

HTC has now made public the third quarter results, which saw post tax profits of $18.68bn – up 68-percent year-on-year, where the total revenue has grown for the sixth quarter since Q1 of 2010.

These figures also noted the total mobile phones shipped were up 93-percent from the same time as last year, with 13.2 million units.

That amount is up 9-percent more than the second quarter of this year, where many new mobile phones have been introduced during this period of time.

These are the cobranded Beats handsets, such as the HTC Sensation XE and HTC Sensation XL that offer a studio-quality audio experience.

The female orientated HTC Rhyme, which is bundled with a new HTC Sense experience and a range of accessories to suit women more than men.

HTC has also launched an entry-level offering, in the HTC Explorer for emerging markets such as India and builds on the success of the Wildfire devices.

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Rob has worked in the affiliate industry for many years with large publishers, and previously worked as a journalist on titles such as Wired, PC Magazine, ITProPortal, The Register, The Inquirer, Pocket-Lint, Mobile Industry Review, Know Your Mobile and The Gadget Show.