HTC has posted its February financials. While the numbers still don't look particularly healthy compared to its stellar 2011 figures, they show a bit of improvement since January 2012.
The company made 37 per cent less this February compared to February 2011, managing to rake in "only" NT$20,294 million (that's around £433 million).
That's a nice little increase from January's balance sheet though, which saw the company make NT$16,615 million (£354 million).
The last six months have been a bit of a struggle for HTC, with its Sensation X line up of smartphones garnering a weak reception and its tablet, the HTC Flyer, proving to be a bit of a flop.
The company forecast some pretty bleak looking figures for the end of 2011 and early 2012, and it's still expecting to make some losses this quarter.
But then there's the newly-announced HTC One Series. The company only launched three new handsets at this year's MWC, and it's something of a return to form – particularly in the Sense 4 arena, and the very impressive HTC One X quad-core behemoth.
The HTC One X is joined by the dual-core HTC One S and the Legend-alike HTC One V – although none of these handsets have an official UK release date yet, we're expecting to see them hit the shelves in April 2012.
So while HTC may still have a trying March ahead, let's hope the arrival of the Ice Cream Sandwich flavoured line up means things look up in the spring.