Analysts converge on 3.71 million Nokia Lumias sold in Q2 2012

 MeanMedianHighLowNoYr agoChangePrev.Q
Global Smartphones1511511631261789.069.7145
Global Cellphones4054004223752536511.0398
Samsung
-Smart devices
95.8
50.0
94.5
50.0
105
55.0
88.0
46.0
12
9
70.0
17.0
36.9
194.1
93.8
42.2
Nokia
-Smart devices
–Windows
80.1
10.4
3.71
81.0
11.0
4.00
90.0
13.0
5.00
70.0
5.00
2.00
40
33
24
88.5
17.0
n/a
-9.5
-38.8
n/a
82.7
11.9
2.00
Apple30.530.037.026.01620.350.235.1
ZTE24.324.529.021.0613.086.919.1
LG14.414.017.013.01224.8-41.913.7
Huawei17.716.023.014.0311.948.710.8
HTC9.529.5011.08.301312.1-21.37.70
Motorola9.329.0011.08.001411.0-15.38.90
Sony8.118.0010.05.70127.606.77.90
RIM7.998.0011.06.001613.0-38.59.90


imageReuters have polled 41 analysts for a prediction of the state of the Q2 2012 market ahead of the major releases by IDC and Gartner.

Of interest to our readers would be their estimate of Nokia Lumia sales.  The average of the 41 analysts come to 3.71 million handsets sold, with a low of 2 million and a high of 5 million, with the majority pegging the 4 million mark.

The good news is of course that this is a relatively low number for Nokia to beat, which should increase confidence in the company and its stock price.  On the other hand, if their announced number is less than this it would be pretty negative.

Our own estimates are around 3.5 million Windows Phones sold in Q2 2012, with around 3 million being Nokia handsets.  This does not account however for handsets shipped but not sold yet, which could of course be a lot more.

Nokia should release their official numbers tomorrow, which should lay speculation to rest.

Via PhoneArena

Thanks Arun for the tip.

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