Kantar Worldpanel’s latest survey for the 12 weeks ended February 19th shows that sales of the Nokia Lumia 800 models made up 87% of Windows Phone sales in the U.K. during that period. That also helps fatten the Finnish firm's bottom line since the average selling price for Nokia's handsets last year was only 140 EUR ($186 USD).
With the lack of strong advertising by Windows Phone manufacturers and the continued strength of the "A" twins (Apple and Android), Nokia has a chance here to really capitalize on the situation. In fact, if one had a tendency to use puns, he might write that Nokia has a window here where it can really brand itself as THE Windows Phone manufacturer. HTC is busy with the new HTC One series, Motorola has a new sugar daddy who loves Android and Samsung is tied up with the Samsung Galaxy S III. If Nokia could just concentrate on Windows Phone at this point, it could turn out to be to their advantage.