Microsoft announced today that it sold 9.3 million units of its Lumia Windows Phone products in the quarter that ended on September 30. That's a 5.6 percent increase compared to the 8.8 million Lumia phones that were sold in the same period a year ago when Microsoft's phone hardware division was under Nokia.
There's no word yet on what specific Lumia smartphones sold the most last quarter, nor is there any information on which territories around the world sold the most Lumia devices. It's possible Microsoft will reveal more specifics when the company takes questions from financial analysts later today.
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