SPOTLIGHT: Nokia sold more phones than rivals did combined


According to a report from PMN, Nokia sold 100.8 million phones during the second quarter and that figure is more than Samsung, Motorola and Sony Ericsson sold combined. Nokia also captured 82.9 percent of all the profit made by these top four handset makers during the period. Report

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