It’s no secret that HTC has been in a tough bind lately. No matter what the company seems to do, profits keep on declining, making shareholders and HTC execs alike quite nervous. However, if the most recent numbers from this Taiwanese manufacturer are any indication, things might be starting to turn around.

Last month, HTC brought in around $660 million, which makes April its best month so far in 2013. That’s also quite a bit higher than its March revenues of about $540 million. Still, it’s only about half of what it brought in the same month last year (about $1.2 billion).

Of course, it’s too early to tell whether or not HTC is finally digging itself out of the hole it’s currently in, but these numbers do look promising. HTC is still pushing itself towards total revenues of $2.73 billion for Q2 2013, so April will certainly help in this regard. Maybe, just maybe, the HTC One holds the keys to HTC’s future success, after all.

[HTC via Android Central]