Windows Phone 7 smartphones sales are better than expected

With Microsoft’s back against the wall in regard to smartphone sales. The smartphone market-share figures just release from Gartner indicate that in the 12 months leading to the third quarter, Microsoft's portion of that smartphone market declined from 7.9 percent to 2.9 percent. However with the release of Microsoft's new smartphone OS, market share is expected to sway towards Microsoft and way from Google and Apple.

Estimate 40,000 Windows Phone 7 devices sold in the United States on the first day of release

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