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Yesterday, investors saw some earnings misses from some very prominent companies. InvenSense, however, was one company that appeared to deliver positive results. Its earnings met expectations, and the company also foresees a 28% increase in revenue for next quarter. Smartphones now make up 75% of InvenSense's revenue, and it's the standard for Google's Android operating system. InvenSense continues to invest in new products to stay ahead of competitors like STMicroelectronics (NAS: STM) and MEMSIC. In fact, it is seeing excellent adoption of its 6-axis sensors. With the news, shares look oversold here and very attractive, especially as InvenSense goes after the fitness, image stabilization, and industrial markets. InvenSense might be a compelling opportunity for some investors.
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