Nokia announced its Q1 2012 financial results today, reporting a loss of 590 million euro for the period. It wasn't all doom and gloom, however — the company describes its US launches of the Lumia 710 and 900 as "encouraging," noting that they have exceeded both carrier and their own expectations.
Nokia's first quarter of Windows Phone sales in the US has been disappointing, to say the least.
Nokia says it will launch its Lumia 610 Windows Phone in the Philippines later in April.
Colin Giles, Nokia's executive vice president of sales and a member of the Nokia leadership team is stepping down after 20 years with the company.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop admits that certain markets, including the UK, have been challenging to launch its Lumia Windows Phone handsets.
Nokia's Q1 2012 financial report has just been posted, noting an operating loss of €1.3 billion that led to a net loss of €590 million for the period.