So who and what to blame for the Lumia Q1 2016 sales disaster?? We had ourselves told you to expect worse in our POV. And we also told you how for Microsoft Phones are not the focus this year and Microsoft seems to be planning slow and long haul in
Lumia sales figure in Q4 2015 was quite low already at 4.5 million. We however told you to expect worse in our POV. And it has touched nadir in Q1 2016 at 2.3 million Lumias sold. Yes, Microsoft was able to sell only 2.3 million Lumias in Q1 2016 and
Just days ago we reported a new device with variant code RM-1182 passing certification In Indonesia. We have reported mid-ranger Lumia 750 (or whatever the name may be) coming between mid-December to early-January via our sources and we have seen that it is under testing in India, as revealed by
A report from market analysis firm Canalys brings some cheer for Microsoft and Windows Phone fans. It seems Windows Phone is winning some market share in UK and is up 32% in Q1 2015 as compared to Q1 2014. The report claims that most of new Windows Phone users have
Nokia has posted its Q1 2015 results and it is a mix bag!! While Sales growth has been strong Year on Year, Networks profitability has taken a dip. Nokia Technologies and HERE have posted both sales and profitability growth. Nokia has also posted a positive outlook for the full year 2015.
Microsoft has released its earnings report for its FY'15 Q3 or what we normally know as Q1, 2015. There is not much to cheer about in terms of sheer number of Lumias sold. The earnings report mentions that 8.6 million Lumias were sold in Q1, 2015.
Phone Hardware revenue was $1.4
Microsoft and Opera have signed an agreement that makes Opera Mobile store to replace Nokia store as the default app store on Nokia Symbian, Nokia X range of smartphones and Nokia feature phones. Starting in the first quarter of 2015, Nokia Store on Series 40, Series 60, Symbian, Asha and
IDC's latest report for Australian market gives 4% market share to Windows Phone for Q1 of 2014. According to the report, the phone and smartphone market has seen a decline in Q1 due to seasonality. Windows Phone was placed at 4th OS ranking with 4% market share, while Blackberry has
A report from IDC reveals the smartphone market share details for Vietnam market. It is really good news for Windows Phone all the way!! While we have earlier reported Windows Phone enjoying as high as 26% market share in Vietnam, the IDC report talks about the growth figures for Windows
Latest IDC report for Q1 2014 brings good news for Nokia / Microsoft now from India. Nokia has regained 5th smartphone vendor rank in India with just 4% market share. The market share may not seem that impressive but the fact that after seeing some decline and going out of
After announcing Rajeev Suri as new CEO and new future strategy, Nokia has now published its Financial results for Q1 2014 and below are the highlights,
In Q1 2014, underlying operating profitability for Nokia's continuing operations increased to EUR 304 million, or 11.4% of net sales, compared to EUR 254 million,
Nokia has got an exemption from Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority to publish the Q1 Financial results in the end of April now. Nokia expects to reflect the closing of the transaction and the outcome of the strategy evaluation in the Q1 reports. This means Nokia expects to close the deal before