HTC has reported its latest quarterly figures, and the unaudited results make for positive reading for a change thanks to the impact of the HTC One (M8).
All told HTC pocketed NT$2.26bn (£44m) over the three months ending in June, slightly eclipsing the expected figure of around £42m and easily trumping the £24m profit it posted in Q2 last year.
And just like last year, the Taiwanese firm's upturn in fortunes is down to the impact of a single device: the HTC One.
This year's M8 hasn't made quite the same splash as last year's original One, the M7, but that's to be expected since it's an evolution of last year's model rather than an entirely new proposition. It makes you wonder just how the figures would have looked a year ago had the M7 not been hit by production delays.
It remains to be seen whether HTC can now continue its improved form over the rest of the year, something it didn't really manage last year. A lot will depend on how well the slightly downspecced HTC One (E8) does over the next few months.
So far it's only launched in China, but should be available in other markets before long.