HTC’s sales continue to grow; shipped 9M+ Sense-enabled smartphones during Q1

HTC is having another incredible year. During the first quarter of 2011, the company shipped more than 9.3 million Sense-enabled smartphones. During the second quarter of 2011, the company shipped over 11 million smartphones. That 11 million figure isn’t broken down to show how many were Android handsets.

The high numbers are due to strong demand in the United States and Asia, and HTC expects that the current growth in the U.S. and Asia will continue throughout the year. The strong demand is due to the great handsets they’ve released so far this year.

With phones like the HTC Thunderbolt, HTC Sensation, and HTC EVO 3D, how can consumers resist all that awesomeness?

via InfoSyncWorld

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