Taiwanese based smartphone makers HTC sales has declined by 30%, Thing aren’t looking great now for HTC with a whooping sales drop of 30%. HTC is now placed at fourth smartphone brand, Taiwanese smartphone makers has struggled to competer with its bitter rivals of Apple and Samsung. As for HTC financial results for the month of November , HTC admits that sales for last month dropped to T$30.94 billion ($1.03 billion) from T$38.48 billion ($1.27 billion) a year ago – and T$44.11 billion ($1.46 billion) in October 2011. “It shows how volatile the mobile device market is,” said John Strand, founder of Danish mobile industry consultancy Strand Consult. ”Apple fans want the new iPhone model. HTC customers do not have the same desire for the next HTC phone. They need to reinvent themselves. It is difficult for consumers to see what they get if they buy a new HTC phone”.