In case you read that title wrong, it says the best-selling Windows device. Not Windows Phone device. Windows!!! That means, among Windows PCs, tablets and smartphones, the Lumia 520 is the runaway champ on those streets. A quote from the news item:
Microsoft’s internal meeting with employees a couple of days ago brought us some pretty interesting stats regarding sales of the company’s Windows device.
Nokia Lumia 520, the $99 (€73) phone that’s said to be one of the most popular Windows Phone handsets right now, is currently the best-selling Windows product in the world, beating all the other PCs and tablets that are on the market at this moment.
Amazing. This little guy is upsetting things. Perhaps, as mobile overtakes PCs generally in the global market, the Lumia 520 might yet be Microsoft’s saving grace.
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