Nokia makes a 2012 Q4 profit of $585 million, sells 4.4 million Lumia handsets

Nokia makes a 2012 Q4 profit of $585 million, sells 4.4 million Lumia handsets

From somewhere atop a Finnish mountain, Stephen Elop is both bellowing and whispering Nokia’s fourth quarter and full-year financials. The world’s former number one has finally made a quarterly profit, with the final three months of the year raking in $585.7 million. However, the baggage for those previous losses weighed low on the annual report, pinning the company to a $3 billion loss for its overall performance in 2012. A big chunk of the quarterly profit came from the Nokia Siemens Networks infrastructure business, which chipped in with an operating profit of $334 million, while Nokia’s Device business contributed $367 million.

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