This is a question that has been burning in enthusiasts minds since Nokia launched the Lumia 900 and industry analyst Horace Dediu seems to think he has the answer. According to a post on his blog, he believes that Nokia has only sold around 330,000 devices since launching in the US nearly four months ago. That equals out to a few thousand less than 100,000 devices per month, which is an abysmal number considering Nokia was hoping to move millions.
Yesterday we reported that US marketshare for Windows Phones as a whole sits at around 1.3% with Nokia commanding just 0.3% of that number. If these numbers add up and are an accurate representation of the amount of handsets Nokia has sold, it looks like every 0.1% of smartphones are tied to 100,000 handsets in the market. Interesting indeed, but certainly not good news for the Finnish manufacturer.