Every quarter HTC proves analysts that they can do better than anyone one expects, and even after demand for phones went down they managed to do just that this quarter ending June 31st. The second largest phone maker in Asia posted an incredible 4.32 billion in pure revenue, with most of this being due to Google’s Android OS. That's more than double of what HTC reported for the same fiscal period last year and lots better than the expected $4.13 billion. And this is not happening for the first time either - HTC has managed to do better than expected for a sixth quarter in a row.

HTC has been doing amazing since Android became their main OS. They’ve been showing some amazing sales since the switch from Windows to Android, and that’s great for everyone including Microsoft.