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Nokia posts somewhat disappointing Q4 2013 results, avoids revealing Lumia sales

Nokia posts somewhat disappointing Q4 2013 results, avoids revealing Lumia sales

Nokia releases its financial report for Q4 2013, showing a decline in Lumia sales before passing the baton to Microsoft While both the media and consumers wait patiently for Microsoft to inevitably absorb Nokia's devices and services division, the Finnish company today published its Q4 2013 financial report. This latest report paints a rather bleak image of its Lumia family of Windows...

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Nokia's latest financial report shows 7.4 million Lumias sold; still reporting a loss

Nokia's latest financial report shows 7.4 million Lumias sold; still reporting a loss

Nokia has today published its interim financial report for Q2 2013 and while the company has seemingly won the battle against BlackBerry, Nokia is still posting losses. The report shows Lumia Windows Phone sales going up to 7.4 million in the quarter, a significant improvement on BlackBerry's 6.8 million. Revenues of this quarter stand at €5.69 billion ($7.4 billion - matching the...

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Nokia releases financial report: 4 million Lumias shipped in Q2 2012, doubles Q1 results

Nokia releases financial report: 4 million Lumias shipped in Q2 2012, doubles Q1 results

Nokia has released their Q2 financial report today, which paints a somewhat unexpected picture. According to figures present in the document, Nokia has managed to sell four million Lumia Windows Phones worldwide. This is up from their previous report of Q1 where Nokia CEO Stephen Elop stated the company "exceeded expectations" in the US. We've been looking at the growth figures for the...

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Nokia Q1 2012 financial report highlights a €590 loss, strong Lumia US launch

Nokia Q1 2012 financial report highlights a €590 loss, strong Lumia US launch

Nokia released its Q1 2012 interim financial and operating report today, highlighting a €590 million loss. The data is the result of the slow and painful transition from Symbian to Windows Phone, as well as more affordable competition from Android. Ironically the only region to illustrate positive results with regards to volume numbers is North America with a 20% increase (compared to...

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