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Nearly 1 Million Windows Phone 7 Devices Sold in February

In the short month of February, analysts estimate that nearly 1 million devices were sold running Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 platform, which will soon be implemented by Nokia, the world’s largest phone-maker by volume.

The Next Web is saying that 877,000 Windows Phone 7 devices were sold in February. The site has been accurate in reporting, prior to Microsoft’s announcement, that Windows Phone 7 achieved a milestone of 2 million handsets sold through January.

To date, since the platform’s debut late last year, there are approximately 3.38 million Windows Phone 7 handsets sold when February’s estimates are accounted for.

Via: BGR

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5 Comments

  1. GoodThings2Life

    03/15/2011 at 5:08 pm

    If they can get their molasses-loving butts moving on updates and new phone models (especially on Sprint and Verizon) they could be selling a whole lot more.

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  2. DNel

    03/15/2011 at 7:51 pm

    It shows most of the purchases where in the last two months when buyers hoped the updates and any obvious bugs were taken care of….

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    • GoodThings2Life

      03/16/2011 at 12:25 am

      Not necessarily… Microsoft also launched another marketing campaign in February that has run through this month, so it’s highly plausible that the increase is a result of that effort as well.

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  3. josepherdon

    03/16/2011 at 2:39 am

    I also think that more and more iOS users are switching over to Windows Phone 7.

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  4. Norman D. Robinson

    03/16/2011 at 8:47 pm

    I would have to agree with you “GoodThings2Life” the WP7 product marketing engine would appear to be making good progress in the minds of consumers. I would also like to think that “Word-of-Mouth” about the UI is helping too. It is a far more consistent experience than the others in the market.

    I’m impressed and looking forward to what March’s numbers reveal.

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