Microsoft sold only 2.3 million Lumia devices in fiscal Q3, down 73% year-on-year

Himanshu, 22 April, 2016

Microsoft has released its Q3 fiscal 2016 earnings report, revealing that it sold only 2.3 million Lumia phones in the quarter.

The figure is down 73% compared to the same quarter last year, when the Redmond, Washington-based company sold a total of 8.6 million Lumias. Compared to last quarter, when the company sold 4.5 million Lumia units, the number is down around 50%.

Microsoft also revealed that the sales of non-Lumia units stood at 15.7 million units, down from the 24.7 million figure it reported the same time last year. Talking of phone revenue, it was down $662 million, which is a drop of 47% year-on-year.



Reader comments

  • Arun da5959

A day will come when Lumia phones will be sold in hundreds in place of millions. How can they sell lumia 650 for Rs 15000????? SD212?

  • Dani

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