Microsoft has announced its fiscal 2015 Q3 (quarter that ended on March 31) earnings report, revealing that it sold 8.6 million Lumia devices in the quarter, up 18% year-on-year but down 18% compared to the prior quarter.
Lumia sales brought in a revenue of $1.4 billion, down 16% compared to the year-ago quarter. Microsoft said the decline was due to a "higher mix of low royalty devices."
The software giant also revealed that it sold a total of 24.7 million feature phones in the quarter, down compared to the same quarter last year. "Market for feature phones continues to contract," the company said.Via 1 | Via 2
Windows phones is for now & future,no more Android os problem & IOS limited function & expensive price.
I see people talk that window phone cannot play Android or IOS game....that's why many of my friends don't want to buy this phone
OK... I'll bite. Why do you keep buying them if you think the OS is stupid?