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Q3 11 Nokia Dual-SIM Handsets Surge Microsoft Lumia Next

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Nokia shipped a better-than-expected 107 million handsets worldwide in Q3 2011, down 3% from 111 million units a year earlier. Robust sales of dual-SIM phones, channel restocking and improved volumes of entry-level models offset stagnant Symbian demand and helped Nokia to eke out a modest profit. All eyes turn next to the launch of Nokia’s Microsoft Lumia portfolio and whether this can arrest the vendor’s recent downward trend.

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