I had some less than complimentary things to say about HTC over the weekend, and now the company itself have issued some numbers that add even more fuel to the fire.
As expected, HTC's results for Q4 2012 continue to see the company's fortunes slide, with the three-month period seeing Taiwan's once-finest turn a profit of just NT$1bn (£21.4m).
Of course, your definition of what constitutes bad results depends on who you are. Nokia, to take a needlessly cheap shot, would be pretty chuffed with those kind of figures. And it's far from the only one.
As it happens, HTC's profit for the quarter was actually slightly more than analysts were expecting. But it all falls into perspective when you consider that for the same Q4 period in 2011 HTC put £235m in its pocket – itself a drop of 25% on the year before.
And while HTC did launch a few new handsets over the past few months whose sales won't really have had a chance to have an impact on the bottom line, the reality is just about everyone else did too.
Via The Verge