Microsoft set a record for Lumia smartphone sales last financial quarter.
In its quarterly earnings report posted today, the Redmond company said it sold 10.5 million Lumia units from October to December 2014. That’s up from both the 9.3 million Lumia devices sold in the previous quarter, and the 8.2 million units sold in the year-ago quarter.
Microsoft, which acquired Nokia’s Devices and Services division last year, said the growth was driven “primarily by sales of affordable smartphones.” The company’s phone hardware revenue hit $2.3 billion.
Microsoft also saw growing sales for its tablet, as the Surface brought in a record $1.1 billion last quarter — up 24 percent from last year — marking the first time Surface sales have eclipsed the $1 billion mark.
The Lumia sales increases come as Microsoft prepares to release Windows 10 later this year for smartphones and computers.