We've already had the Sony Ericsson and Motorola results for the fourth quarter term of 2009 and now its Nokia's turn. All in all, the company has issued a decent set of results with €12 billion net sales for the Q4 2009 period along with net sales of €40.9 billion for the entire year. The net profit for the last quarter was €1.14 billion which was pretty good as the net profit for the first three quarters of that year, added together, was only €0.05 billion - mainly because Nokia had lost a whole heap of cash up to that point.
Sales of actual phones, in the fourth quarter, reached 126.9 million which was up, compared to the third quarter, by 17% and, in doing so, actually increased its market share from 37.3% up to 39%. For the entire year, sales of phones rose from 431.8 million to 468.4 million.
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