Nokia reports 5% loss from the handset business in Q1, smartphone ASP up thanks to Lumias
0. phoneArena 19 Apr 2012, 06:10 posted on
Nokia just sent us its interim Q1 report, and it shows 5.2% loss in the January-March period from its Devices&Services business, which is the one accounting for Nokia's phones. These are the IFRS results, which include special items and intangible assets amortization, otherwise the non-IFRS loss is 3%...
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3. mobilefuture (Posts: 209; Member since: 12 Nov 2011)
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5. jbreault (Posts: 25; Member since: 04 Mar 2012)
Nokia was making smartphones before any one was into smartphone back in the day. but today they must do like the rest of the boys and sell out to cheap labor . To get back on top they make very good handsets but at what price sale have been down for a minute just now they see the light with the lumia 900 great phone but there going to need more