Microsoft sells 877,000 Windows Phones in February

Startscreen_web Just four months after Microsoft released Windows Phone 7 to the world, analysts are claiming that the company has sold about 877,000 devices in the month of February. This adds on to the other months' sales numbers to bring the total number to 3.38 million devices sold.

This is pretty monumental for Microsoft, considering how late in the game they were to the new wave of the smartphone industry.

I've openly said how the operating system isn't even close to maturity yet, so these sales numbers are really promising. Also, WP7 hasn't been released on Verizon yet. I'm sure that when that happens, a lot more devices will sell, bringing that figure up even more. When all four of the major US carriers have compatible WP7 devices, then the number will obviously be boosted even higher.

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