Nokia shipped 84 million mobile phones worldwide in Q2 2012, down -5% annually. Symbian volumes continued to plummet and this was the main cause of the company’s shrinkage. However, during the quarter the Lumia smartphone portfolio expanded globally, doubling shipments sequentially. Interestingly, Nokia’s feature phone volumes increased and the company has recaptured 6 percentage points of marketshare from Asian rivals over the past year. More detail can be downloaded by clients from this published report on our Wireless Device Strategies (WDS) service, or by contacting the report's author, Neil Shah: NShah@strategyanalytics.com.