That does not mean the list is static â€“ in fact below the handset there has been a lot of movement, with the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx 4G, HTC Rezound and Samsung Brightside all jockeying for position for 3rd place.
While the sales chart is of course the most crucial indicator of Nokiaâ€™s success, the best rated chart also makes for interesting reading, with Windows Phone handsets taking the 4 top spots in the top 10 list and 7 of the positions in the top 20 list.
Of course the list simply gives position, but does not actually give sales numbers. Some analysts have used the number of reviews as an indicator for this, and if this is accurate this is another indicator the handset is doing well, with a total of 163 reviews for the two handsets, compared to 147 for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G or 76 for the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket.
Nokia of course desperately needs a Windows Phone 7 hit to save their second quarter results, and the launch of the Nokia Lumia 900 appears to have set them off to a good start.