HTC has officially posted their Q4 2012 earnings report, which came along with word suggesting that Q1 2013 isn't going to be much better. In fact, according to the Q1 2013 outlook from HTC, things may actually be getting a bit worse. Lets get the Q4 details out of the way before we move into what may happen in the future.
Gameloft has released several anticipated games for Android this year. Just to name a few, we saw Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour and Asphalt 7: Heat. Of course, in addition to the hype surrounding the launch of Modern Combat 4, we also saw that game given away with the MOGA game controller offer a while back. Individual games aside though, Gameloft has recently released their Q4 2012 earnings report and they are showing consolidated sales of €57.7 million.
Samsung has reported their Q4 2012 earnings and it appears as if they had another good quarter. Of course, as we recently saw with the IDC report, Samsung is doing well in terms of smartphone sales. In fact, they managed to come out on top in terms of smartphone sales for the fourth quarter of 2012.
AT&T are holding their earnings and financial results calls today. As usual we are following along for anything interesting, while also watching Apple's stock, and today AT&T posted some decent numbers although they still raked in a net loss. According to the report AT&T posted $32.6 billion in revenue for Q4 of 2012.
Google as we have here, Verizon from earlier, Apple, and many more coming soon. Today our good ol friends from Mountain View have detailed their Q4 earnings report and lets just say things are looking pretty good for Google.
Verizon detailed their quarterly earnings report for the final months and holiday season of 2012. Releasing their Q4 earnings report that was full of useful numbers showing just how much they made, as well as a few losses. American's largest 4G network was rocking all quarter and actually sold 9.8 million smartphones.
Qualcomm have posted some annual and quarterly earning reports that were quite impressive. Not only did they release their Q4 financial results, but also their entire 2012 fiscal year -- which is up 28% year-over-year actually. Head on past the break for more details on Qualcomm's earnings, and how smartphone and Snapdragon sales have them staying at the top.
MetroPCS has released its earning statement for Q3 2012. While the regional carrier did not smash any records in terms of revenue, it looks like they are doing fairly well. That may explain why T-Mobile is so interested in acquiring the smaller carrier. Most importantly, MetroPCS managed to post an impressive $193 million net profit this quarter, which is an increase of $44 million over last quarter.
HTC has revealed Q3 2012 financial results, and unfortunately, things are not looking so good for HTC. Both revenue and profit are down by around 50%. In all, HTC made NT$70.2bn ($2.4bn), which is a drop of 48-percent from Q3 2011 and 23-percent from Q2 2012. Operating profit was NT$4.9bn ($167m). This is a decrease of a staggering 76-percent year-on-year.