“Nokia’s had a challenging year transitioning to Windows Phone to power its range of smartphones, but Lumia sales have been slowly and steadily increasing quarter-on-quarter,” Tom Warren reports for The Verge.
“Nokia has just announced its Q3 2013 financial results today, and the company has revealed that just 2.9 million Lumia devices were sold in its recent quarter. Nokia previously shipped 4 million Lumia devices in its last quarter, making this a sharp decrease of 28 precent,” Warren reports. “Nokia’s North American mobile device volumes also dropped too, by 50 percent quarter-on-quarter.”
Warren reports, “Nokia doesn’t break out the individual device sales in North America, but the company sold just 300,000 compared to the 600,000 figure from Q2.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jax44” for the heads up.]