All has not been well at HTC recently, and the company desperately needs the flagship HTC One to be a sales success after far too many disappointments lately.
And so far, so good, it seems. HTC's own monthly figures reveal the One has triggered a near-50% spike in earnings for the month of May, while reports from Taiwan suggest HTC has a few more tricks up its sleeve for later in the year.
HTC announces its basic revenue figures on a monthly basis, but lately they've amounted to little more than a monthly injection of doom and gloom for the troubled phone maker.
So you can hardly blame HTC for fast-tracking its latest figures showing a significant change of fortunes into the public eye.
Revenues have jumped 48% from April's TWD19.6bn to a far healthier TWD29bn (£633m), and HTC is now expected to exceed its forecasted Q2 earnings of TWD70bn by around TWD10bn.
But what about beyond that? Well DigiTimes' sources reckon we can look forward to a clutch of new HTC smartphones appearing over the next few months.
These include a dual-SIM Desire 600 and an entry-level Desire 200. Further up the food chain we can expect the arrival of the HTC One mini and the high-flying HTC Butterfly S – not to forget the 5.9in HTC T6 phablet we've been hearing a fair bit about lately.
As for the One mini (or the HTC M4), it's set to follow the Samsung Galaxy S mini formula of combining a reduction in size and weight with a similar scaling back of the specification inside. Rumours suggest we're looking at a 720p screen resolution, a dual-core processor and Android 4.2.
One area that won't see compromise, it seems, is the all-metal chassis, which will also be present on the HTC T6, we're told.