Nokia has managed to sell two million units of its flagship N97 mobile phone in the last three months.
Nokia has decided the touchscreen game is actually worth getting into, and has released another touchy device, the 5230.
Nokia has decided the 5800 XpressMusic, its first proper touchscreen phone, needs to be a bit more street smart, so has brought out the Navigation Edition.
Both Samsung and LG have announced they've managed to shift over 20 million touchscreen handsets as the new interface gather pace in the mobile world.
Nokia's bold move in the 'unlimited music' space with its Comes with Music package looks like it's stumbling at the first hurdle as figures released suggest it has only sold 23,000 subscriptions in the UK.
Nokia's latest flagship smartphone, the N97 (which follows on from the N96 and N95... creative) will be hitting UK shelves in July.
A Nokia suit at the recent CTIA Wireless event in the US committed an embarrassing faux pas when he told the world that the Finns had managed to sell 13 million of its new touchscreen phone, the 5800 XpressMusic.
Nokia has been forced to pull certain models of its 5800 XpressMusic phone after it was revealed they couldn't connect to 3G in certain US cities.
Is this a sign of Nokia trying to rally its Comes with Music application by getting it into the hands of more consumers? Retailers are dropping the price of the first handset to carry the service, the 5310 XpressMusic, which comes with 12 months' unlimited downloads.