It’s always nice to see an innovative company reap the financial benefits of its labor, right? HTC enjoyed record sales during the month of November. The company pulled in $14.5 million last month, which is up from $10.6 million during the same period in 2006. For you math nerds, that amounts to a 32.74% yearly increase, which is pretty sizeable. We’re guessing recent product launches like the TyTN II and Advantage, as well as the growing popularity of smartphones in general, had a lot to do with the success, which is reflected in the company’s current yearly revenue total. The numbers for December are obviously not in yet, but thus far HTC has pulled in $107.2 million, up from $98 million during the same period in ’06. A 9% increase never sounded so sweet.