In 2012 Nokia and Microsoft had launched the Nokia Lumia 920. Ever since its launch it has been selling well. Nokia however as of now has not disclosed the accurate number of Lumia 920 handsets sold till date. It is evident that this mobile phone tagged as true windows 8 flagship mobile is widely sought after.
The year 2011 was not a very positive year for Nokia as profits dipped and its models did not do too well in the market. Thanks to the Lumia line of smartphones Nokia has jumped back and not sunk into oblivion. These smartphones are widely popular across the globe and users have embraced them once released in the market. Now Lumia is in the news with its model 920 that has been doing great sales ever since being introduced in the market. This is encouraging news for Nokia and thanks to its success along with its predecessors the year 2012 has not seemed so bad for the company. It is back with a bang and customers are happy with its new lineup of Nokia phones under the Lumia label.
Now coming back to the success of the Nokia Lumia 920-
Recently a report released by AdDuplex – a mobile advertising company confirmed the above based on data collected since the first day of this month. It states that there has been over 215 Nokia Lumia 920 devices sold. This device operates on the AdDuplex SDK v.2 network that is the most widely sought after ad network for Windows Phone. The Nokia device is popular as the most popular WP8 handset in USA and the most popular WP device overall in the UK crossing predecessors Nokia Lumia 900 and Nokia Lumia 710. Both of the said devices feature the Windows Phone 7.X.
The next two popular mobile devices in the USA are the HTC 8X that has been released by the popular network Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T. The Nokia Lumia 822 is the only Lumia handset available with Verizon. From the figures released across the globe it has been seen that the next two widely sought after mobile phones are the Lumia 800 and the Lumia 610. The Nokia Lumia has taken the 4th place. The updates for the Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 7.8 were released recently. These updates saves the Lumia phone from random reboots without prior warning. This was a nagging issue that affected users ever since the Nokia Lumia 920 was launched in the market.