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Nokia Lumia 920 sales figures?

Has anyone seen any Nokia Lumia 920 sales figures?

Most Useful Answer AhmadCentral  Dec. 21, 2012 at 21:37

Must be at what, at least 23 by now. Maybe even 30.

(Im joking obviously, no numbers released yet, don't expect it to be high sales)

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AhmadCentral  Dec. 21, 2012 at 21:37

Must be at what, at least 23 by now. Maybe even 30.

(Im joking obviously, no numbers released yet, don't expect it to be high sales)

Pondlife  Dec. 21, 2012 at 21:49

I read 15 million by the end of the year. Mind you it was on wikipedia and Jan says Nokia are looking at 4 million sales of all their windows phones for the entire year...

PeopleSmoks  Jan. 11, 2013 at 19:14

I clicked here looking for serious answers, but seem to have found a fool. Ahmad must work for Samsung? As of Jan 11, 2013, sales appear brisk as 4th quarter earnings were above expectations and Nokia stock has more than doubled since the 920 was introduced. Not sure the actual number of phones sold though.

AhmadCentral  Jan. 11, 2013 at 21:24

Nokia sold 2.9m Lumia smartphones Q3
They then sold 4.4m Lumia smartphones Q4 (due to WP8 ofc)

These are overall Nokia Lumia sales, there is no individual handset figures. Nokia also sold 81.9m non lumia (symbian etc...) devices in Q4 as well.

See, who says i work for samsung now :P



*PeopleSmoks should not read the bias bit below*

Quite embarrassing really when you consider the Nokia N8 on it's own sold over 4m in it's first quarter. Also Nokia Lumia shipments only accounted for less than 5% of it's total sales. Thank god for emerging markets eh.

And like i said in my first post, there were no numbers released at the time of posting. It's only very recently Nokia have announced what i've just said above. Hence my serious reply now ;)

JanSt / MOD  Jan. 11, 2013 at 21:27

I clicked here looking for serious answers, but seem to have found a fool. Ahmad must work for Samsung? As of Jan 11, 2013, sales appear brisk as 4th quarter earnings were above expectations and Nokia stock has more than doubled since the 920 was introduced. Not sure the actual number of phones sold though.

Whoa, Mister...
Nokia had no Q4 'earnings' from the Lumia range. They lost a bit less!!! They (and MS still do not profit from WP! The coincidence(!!!) that they sold more Lumias AFTER the 920 launch has a name (or two): Christmas & a heavily discounted Lumia 800 in practically ALL markets - by up to 65%!!!
Sure, Ahmad could have given a more serious reply, but he doesn't work her. He doesn't work for Nokia, either afaik. And Nokia won't publish sales figures - instead Elop makes various excuses for the shortages of the 920. I reckon, they'd publish numbers IF THEY WERE good! As to Nokia's share price increase: would you care to add how it's UP from WHERE? If you have all the answers, how come you "clicked here looking for serious answers"?
I would actually have bought an 820 or 920 for Christmas - just out of curiosity. I couldn't. Neither were available. Irish networks have the HTC 8S and 8X, and, now the Samsung Ativ S! They are NOT interested in the new Lumias because despite the serious price cuts they are still sitting on boxes and boxes of Lumia 800 (and 900)! Expansys haven't had any 920s, either - not that anyone could be expected to buy one from them for their asking price of €800 or thereabouts...

Pondlife  Jan. 11, 2013 at 22:04

Well it would have been hard to have q4 figures before xmas anyway..
We could argue they can't publish sales figures before the accounts go out, but given that loads of companies do...
Well they still haven't quite plunged the prices in Ireland like they did here have they? Can't blame the networks for not gambling on them I guess at least until Nokia's prices drop a little.
No shortage around here before christmas when I was looking for new phone, not that I would have bought one.

JanSt / MOD  Jan. 11, 2013 at 22:21

Well it would have been hard to have q4 figures before xmas anyway..
We could argue they can't publish sales figures before the accounts go out, but given that loads of companies do...
Well they still haven't quite plunged the prices in Ireland like they did here have they? Can't blame the networks for not gambling on them I guess at least until Nokia's prices drop a little.
No shortage around here before christmas when I was looking for new phone, not that I would have bought one.


Well, the 800 is heavily reduced in Ireland. The 920 was impossible to get sim-free before christmas. And you're right: if sales had been great, they would have said so - scr*w the accountants. When the universally ridiculed N97 sold surprisingly well, Nokia had no problems rubbing it in... And before that, e.g. with the N95, they constantly told us how many millions it shifted now. When the iPhone took off, Nokia frequently pointed out that they churn out Apple's annual numbers one slow week.

mrew42  Jan. 12, 2013 at 13:05

I clicked here looking for serious answers, but seem to have found a fool. Ahmad must work for Samsung? As of Jan 11, 2013, sales appear brisk as 4th quarter earnings were above expectations and Nokia stock has more than doubled since the 920 was introduced. Not sure the actual number of phones sold though.

Nice sense of humour failure there.
::rolls eyes::

Pondlife  Jan. 13, 2013 at 00:57

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-20986550

Asha, the budget smartphone line from Nokia, is outselling its premium handset offering, the Windows-run Lumia, by over two to one.

The firm's quarterly results, published on Thursday, revealed the total number of both Asha and Lumia devices sold in the last three months of 2012 was 14 million. Only 4.4 million were Lumias.

richto  Jan. 21, 2013 at 23:12

Actually Nokia's Devices & Services operation not only exceeded expectations, but delivered "underlying profitability."

http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-57563229-94/surprise-surprise-nokias-q4-rides-high-on-lumia-sales/

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