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Lumia 920T still outsells Android smartphones across China Mobile’s regional stores.

With Lumia 920T being in good and consistent supply and with Q1 2013 coming to end, question comes to mind, how well it is still doing at world’s largest carrier “China Mobile“? So, Today, we are bringing a report about the Lumia 920T’s sales performance at China Mobile. Let us have a look at how is this China Mobile exclusive doing across various China Mobile online stores?

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At Beijing store, Lumia 920T is the Top selling device as shown in the screenshot above clearly beating all other Flagship devices from Samsung and others. It is rather surprising to see even HTC 8X and 8S doing well at this store. It augurs really well for Lumia 720T and 520T’s sales prospects on China Mobile.

Beijing Link

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Coming to ShanDong store, Lumia 920T is the second top-selling smartphone after iPhone 5. It is outselling all other Android Flagships though !!

ShanDong Link

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The above screenshot is from Shanghai store, where after sorting the items list by sales,Yellow, Black and Red Lumia 920” are just behind one color model of Galaxy Note II amongst flagships, beating every other Android Flagship smartphones and ahead of other color models of Galaxy Note II.

Shanghai store Link

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Nayan

Nayan has more than 10 years of experience of covering Technology and innovations. He is a big Nokia fan and Tech disruptions aficionado. He loves to review new cool gadgets and writing about Android, iOS, Gadgets and general Technology stuff. He has been associated with other well-known Tech sites WinCentral and GadgetOx since long.

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  • Vlad

    Anybody know why expansys china is not showing similar results? Could it be that the carriers offer it for free? I can’t think of any other reason, but china expansys doesn’t have a single nokia phone in the top 50 which doesn’t seem right. Thanks to anyone for any logical explanations.

  • That’s great to hear! Thanks a lot for the post!!

  • charliepopette

    Good stuff! Good info! Thanks!

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