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Thursday, 29 November 2012 10:37

Windows phone sales shoot up fourfold

Written by Fudzilla staff

Over last year

Over the past couple of months Microsoft completely revamped its consumer products, with a new version of Windows, Windows Phone 8 and the all-new Windows RT.

Speaking at an annual shareholder meeting, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told the world that Windows Phone 8 sales are going strong. Ballmer claims Microsoft is selling four times as many phones as last year. Not bad.

However, Ballmer stopped short of providing exact figures on Windows Phone 8, as well as other Windows versions. Windows 8 seems off to a lackluster start, but the company managed to sell 40 million licenses in the first month of sales. But when it comes to WP8 and Windows RT, we are still in the dark.

More here.

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