Nokia-branded Android phones reportedly outsold Google, HTC, and OnePlus over the holidays
Tuesday, 13 February 2018 Nokia might not be technically manufacturing phones anymore, but Nokia-branded handsets (made by HMD) are reportedly beating Google, HTC, and OnePlus sales. Counterpoint analyst Neil Shah revealed on Twitter that HMD’s Nokia-branded Android phones outsold HTC, Sony, Google, Lenovo, OnePlus, and a number of other manufacturers in the recent holiday quarter. TechRadar reports that HMD sold 4.4 million Nokia-branded phones in Q4 2017, that’s more in three months than Google’s Pixel sales for the entire year.
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