First Quarter figures for Nokia (see here on Nokia.com) show sales on the rise, mainly in Asia and the Pacific Region. The overall market share is down to 32% though, namely as American carriers refuse to stock Nokia in the numbers that the Finns would like to see. What stands out in the CEO comments is that Nokia doesn't really have any flagship success stories to shout about - it's just more of the same.
In only a few months, these device sales have already exceeded more than 50% of the lifetime volume of the two preceding Communicator models. Third-party studies indicate that Nokia is establishing a strong share position in this market.
This bit (snipped out of the report in full) was interesting. Sounds like Communicator sales are doing very well!! 8-)