Nokia sold 7.4 million Lumia phones in the second quarter, a 32 percent increase over the first quarter, the company said Thursday.
Despite the jump in Lumia smartphone sales, the total number of Nokia phones sold declined, leading to an overall loss of 115 million euros ($150 million) and the possible axing of 440 jobs.
The sales of Lumia Windows Phones helped Nokia's device and service division bring in 2.7 billion euros in the second quarter. That's a drop of 24 percent compared with this time last year, as feature phone sales continued to decline.
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