Nokia estimates selling 4.4 million Lumias, 9.3 million Asha full-touch phones in Q4
After the launch of the Nokia Lumia 920 and the Lumia 820 in India, Finnish giant Nokia had another good news to share with us all. Nokia has announced that the preliminary estimates by the company has exceeded its previous Q4 2012 outlook and sold over 79.6 million mobile phones in the quarter.
Of these, Nokia sold 9.3 million units of its Asha full-touch phones which is indeed a good number and as we all know that Asha series is being aimed at the developing markets and thus the devices have done well for Nokia.
The company has pointed out that it estimates of selling about 4.4 million units of the Lumia smartphones whereas it saw the sales of its Symbian smartphones stay at about 2.2 million units. Now this is a good sign for the company and users finally seem to be adapting to the new OS and switching from the burning Symbian OS.
Now that the Nokia Lumia 920, Lumia 820 and the Lumia 620 are reaching more markets, we expect Nokia to sell more Lumia devices in the coming months. Not to forget, the Nokia Lumia 510 which is the cheapest Windows Phone 7.8 smartphone is a great device too.