Microsoft sold 15.7 million phones for its FY16 Q3, only 2.5 million were Lumia's

"With year over year declines in revenue and profit, Microsoft's smartphone presence in the market is now drawing a morbid curiosity-like interest from investors and journalist in just how poorly the company is doing and how much further its efforts can tank."
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Surface revenue increased by $398 million, or 56%, in the company's third fiscal quarter, but phone revenue decreased by $662 million or 47%, on the sale of 2.3 million Lumia phones and 15.7 million other phones.

"With year over year declines in revenue and profit, Microsoft's smartphone presence in the market is now drawing a morbid curiosity-like interest from investors and journalist in just how poorly the company is doing and how much further its efforts can tank."

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