What’s happening? Lumia 620 in all colors and Black Lumia 920 sold out again in Germany.
« Previous / Next »
By kamal / March 1, 2013 / Home, Lumia Devices, Opinions / Leave a comment
Earlier and even now it was Lumia 920 which Nokia found difficult to keep in stock. But seems Lumia 620 is following Lumia 920′s footsteps in going out of stock in Germany. Just few days back we informed that Lumia 620 has come back in stock at Nokia’s official “Noovi” shop in Germany.
Check now, and all the colors are sold out yet again. It really augurs well for Nokia, because we don’t see supply issues here as the last replenishment was in 4-5 days.
Black Lumia 920 which came back in stock 4-5 days back has also sold out . Really, what’s happening here ?
I passed some telecom shops yday and almost all of them had displays of Lumia prominently. They would never do that if the phone wouldnt sell / be hot. We are gonna see some interesting months.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Frankly I would not be surprise, yesterday someone reference a link that mentioned Nokia could have sold as many as 8m Lumia in the first two months in Jan and Feb alone. This is based on Facebook. One thing is clear however, there is very strong demand on Lumia in Asia, Singtel (416m subscribers) consistently put Lumia 620 as the top smartphones and we are not even talking about China Mobile, it seems in China a lot got fed up waiting for 920 T that they swiched to 920. Anyway the massive Indian markets are asked to wait again. Nokia is really taking India for granted.
8m Lumia in first two months of 2013 looks quite possible.I like all this good news.4.6 million Lumia 4quarter 2012 mostly sold in Nov./Dec add 2.3 million that weren*t available Oct. 2012 =6.9 million Lumia. .Growth rate over 3quarter 2012 46% 6.9 Lumia times 46% =10+ million Lumia 1quarter 2013 + additional Lumia models = 10+ million Lumia for 1quarter 2013.am I missing something here? What will the profits be? I*am looking for blowout numbers above everyone elses for quarter1 2013.
You pumpsters keep saying "sold out" and I keep asking "how many?" Haven't we learned anything from China? Fanboys lauded the fact that the Lumia 920 was in short supply all over China. Surly it must mean Nokia is on the way to $5 and beyond, right? Then the revelation hits like an atomic bomb that Nokia only shipped 30,000 units to China, meeting only 1/3 of anticipated demand. And Nokia's share of the smartphone market in China right now? Not the 50% they once enjoyed, back when Symbian was their primary OS. No, today it's a staggeringly small 1%.