The market's insatiable desire for mobile phones helped Nokia shift one million handsets a week last month.
The company's mobile phones business grew a whacking 94 per cent in its third quarter, and Nokia now claims it is the world's largest manufacturer of handsets.
Pre-tax profits for the quarter leapt 85 per cent to Fim4.08 million on revenues of Fim20.06 billion, up 62 per cent.
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