A revised report from Counterpoint states that HMD Global has sold 4.4 million smartphones in Q4 2017. Counterpoint analyst, Neil Shah, took to Twitter to share that the 1% market share of Nokia puts it just outside the Top 10.

The 4.4 million figure puts Nokia at the 11th position in the list of companies with highest market share. This also means that Nokia sold more phones in the last quarter than a lot of other popular brands. Some of the companies that sold lesser smartphones that Nokia are listed below:

HTCSonyGoogleAlcatelLenovoOnePlusGioneeMeizuCoolpadAsus

Considering that Nokia is just an year old in the market, it’s a decent resurgence. Out of all the countries, their phones are at number three in the UK for Q4 and among the top five in , Vietnam and Middle Eastern markets.

Not just smartphones, but Nokia’s feature phone numbers have seen a rise as well. The company has become the leader in the segment selling 20.7 million units. Furthermore, Nokia captured the sixth spot in overall phone sale (smartphone + feature phone) with 5% of market share.

To recall, the current Nokia portfolio in India consist of Nokia 2, Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6, Nokia 8 and multiple variants of Nokia 3310.

The Nokia 3310 4G needs to be on Android in India

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