We reported that Nokia's sales in the US were rising, with a nice 8.8 million Lumia-branded smartphones sold in Q3 alone. But, this has catapulted the once struggling Finnish phone maker to the No. 4 spot of US smartphone vendors.
Nokia overtook Motorola into the position, with Nokia's US smartphone market share climbing from 1.4% in Q2 to 4.1% in Q3. Motorola accounted for 3.6% of the US market, but this should jump in the coming months with the slew of Motorola devices coming out. Nokia has a big fight ahead of them to compete with the big boys in Samsung and Apple, but do you think it has what it takes to compete with them?