As we had reported earlier, HTC revealed that they experienced a 98% dip in profits in Q1 2013, and no doubt this sounds bad and we’re sure many are questioning the future of the company. We’re also sure there are a ton of HTC fans out there who have enjoyed the company’s products, such as the HTC One X released back in 2012, and the recently released HTC One which went against the market convention by introducing a lower camera megapixel count in favor of what the company calls its “Ultrapixel” camera technology.

Will this massive dip in profits mean that HTC will start to scale back operations, maybe even axing one of their product lineups, such as Windows Phone? Well the good news is that despite HTC taking a financial hit, you can rest assured that the Taiwanese company has plans to continue support both Android and Windows Phone hardware in the near future. We’ve heard of the HTC M4 and the HTC Tiara, but apart from that we’re not sure what else HTC has planned. Either way here’s hoping HTC will rebound from their financial troubles and keep putting out great products in the market!

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