What Would 1M Windows Phones Sold Mean for Microsoft, Nokia?Kevin C. Tofel
Nokia may have sold 1.3 million Lumia handsets running on Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, which would be a morale boost for both companies. Nokia’s smartphone share has been in decline since the arrival of the iPhone and Google Android handsets in recent years. Microsoft has followed a similar fate with its old Windows Mobile operating system, which it dropped in favor of its new Windows Phone software.
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