The last half of 2011 wasn't kind to top-tier smartphone manufacturer HTC. After predicting a flat final quarter and negative growth for the first part of 2012, the company failed to meet even those lowered expectations. Now they've published their 2011 financial results in full, and to say the least, it doesn't look good. Year-over-year, the company dropped 2.5% in revenue even while making and selling more devices, with a negative growth of 52.55%. As one of the "Big Three" Android OEMs, this is disturbing news for HTC while Samsung continues to extend its lead worldwide.