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Nokia Lumia second quarter revenue decline is still growing
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Nokia earlier announced 2013 second quarter earnings, the overall revenue still declining.
Nokia announced earlier in the second quarter of 2013 actual revenue, the overall decline in the state is still showing an operating loss of about 115 million euros (about U.S. $ 151 million yuan), the overall revenue is 5.695 billion euros (about U.S. $ 7.46 billion yuan), compared with the previous quarter total revenue 5.852 billion euros reduced. However, contrary models sold in the Lumia series is upgraded to 7.4 million units shipped.
Seems to continue in 2013 first quarter revenue decline situation, Nokia in the second quarter earnings report shows an overall decrease in revenue was 5.695 billion euros, operating loss is recognized € 115 million. However, Lumia series of smartphone products but from the fourth quarter of 2012, in 2013 during the first quarter to the second quarter show a gradual rise in the fourth quarter of last year, only 4.4 million units shipped in the first quarter compared with 5.6 million units shipped, while in the second quarter when it grew to 7.4 million units shipped, showing that more and more users choose Lumia series phones.
And compared to HTC, Huawei and other companies develop only a few products on the Windows Phone platform, from the Lumia series phone shipments increased year by year the situation, perhaps also as Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform market share showed a slight upward climb climb.
As classified in the Asha series of feature phones in the year from the previous quarter shipments audience slipped 4,300,000 5,000,000 units, shows that many users have begun to turn to low-cost entry level smartphone.
While in the second quarter announced Lumia 925, Lumia 928, and the recently published Lumia 1020, at least every reaction in the third quarter earnings report, it is estimated that the time will come across competitors such as Apple, Samsung, HTC, etc. mobile phones to snatch the market, perhaps the Nokia revenue performance will be affected.Viewing:-91
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