We all know that Nokia Lumia 920 was hard to come by over the past two weeks. Many were in doubts that whether the demand was due to short supply or solid sales. Now, market research firm Canaccord Genuity have reported that low stock for the Lumia 920 was due to both short supplyÂ and solid sales.
“Our November channel checks indicated solid initial sales of Nokia’s Lumia smartphonesÂ at AT&T and also in international markets,” analyst T. Michael Walkley comments. “However, limited initial supply was cited as the reason for early post-launch stock-outs at some carriers versus overwhelming demand.”
â€œWhile our checks indicated the Lumia 920 was the top-selling Windows smartphone at AT&T and #3 selling device at that channel, we believe iPhone dominated AT&Tâ€™s sell-through volume,â€ Walkley wrote in his research note. He also stated that according to his checks, sales of HTCâ€™s (2498) Windows Phone 8X topped the Lumia 820 at T-Mobile and the Lumia 822 at Verizon Wireless (VZ).
See the full table below.
|iPhone 5||Samsung Galaxy S3||iPhone 5|
|Samsung Galaxy S3||Samsung Galaxy Note 2||Samsung Galaxy S3|
|Nokia Lumia 920||HTC 8X||Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD|
Do our readers think we will see a repeat of the Nokia Lumia 900’s performance, and will the Lumia 920 not just catch on with early adopters and fans, but also the general public? Let us know below.