Even with 1.5 billion Series 40 phones sold, there's no denying Nokia is losing its grip on the mobile market. In 2010, Nokia sold 450 million handsets worldwide. But after announcing a steep shipment decline last year, the company said it would no longer provide sales forecasts. Nokia's earnings call tomorrow, however, is expected to shed more light on how many phones it shipped last year. Even so, if the company can't turn things around, it might become the second-place handset seller this year--behind Samsung. Earlier this month, Samsung CEO Choi Gee-sung said he believes his company's sales will outpace Nokia's in 2012, reaching 374 million units.
Nokia's Series 40 line of mobile phones has reached an important milestone, The mobile company today announced that it sold the 1.5 billionth Nokia Series 40 phone in San Paulo, Brazil, The device, an Asha 303, was sold to 21-year-old Mayara Rodrigues, who wants to use the phone to keep "in touch with iphone x case lifeproof friends and family through social networks," Nokia said, The Asha 303 boasts a touch screen and QWERTY keyboard and comes preinstalled with Angry Birds Lite, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Digital design guru Luke Wroblewski first noted on Twitter that Apple has been more productive than humanity has been reproductive in recent months. There are more iPhones sold per day (402k) than people born in the World per day (300k). twitter.com/#!/asymco/stat.. While Wroblewski's numbers seem a bit off based on the Apple and Wolfram Alpha figures cited above, the conclusion remains the same--if iPhones ever start feeding on human flesh (what I call the "Digital Walking Dead" scenario), we're in trouble.
Yes, the notion of zombie iPhones is a silly idea, but with the emergence of Siri, Apple's intelligent and snarky assistant, combined with Apple's rapid growth and my habit of drinking too many energy drinks after dinner, it certainly made for some vivid nightmares last night, The benefits of population control aside, perhaps it's time to make a new commitment, just in case iOS turns out iphone x case lifeproof to be SkyNet--no more iPhones in bed, people! Let's save that area for other., activities, Apple moved over 37 million iPhones in the last three months of 2011, a higher rate of production than humanity's rate of reproduction..
Apple has been busier making and selling iPhones of late than all of humanity has been at getting busy. The company smashed most expectations yesterday when it announced its iPhone sales for the last three months of 2011 totaled over 37 million units, a figure that exceeds the number of babies born on planet earth--using the global average daily birth rate --during a comparable period (about 98 days). Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.