Nokia (NYSE: NOK) reported third quarter earnings today, which saw its net income fall 30 percent to 1.09 billion euros ($1.47 billion), from 1.56 billion euros ($2.10 billion), compared to a year ago. Third quarter earnings per share came in at 0.29 euros, down from 0.40 euros year on year, missing analyst forecasts of 0.31 euros. Sales were down 5 percent to 12.2 billion euros ($16.4 billion), falling short of analyst expectations of 12.7 billion euros ($17.1 billion). The handset maker shipped 117.8 million units, up 5 percent year on year and down 3 percent sequentially.
Market share also fell, with Nokia