Nokia reportedly sold as many as 1.3 million of its new Windows Phone powered Lumia 710 and Lumia 800 smartphones in the last few months of. The sales figure was published by Bloomberg on Monday, which gathered its data from responses from 22 industry analysts. “The numbers look promising,” Storebrand Asset Management fund manager Espen Furnes said. “If Nokia is able to have a strong launch and surpass at least 1 million and keep that type of momentum, this would help put them in a credible position that is crucial to winning back investors.” AT&T will soon launch the latest flagship Windows Phone from Nokia, the Lumia 900, which was unveiled during the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month. The phone offers 4G LTE support and a slightly larger display than the Lumia 800, and it is expected to hit retail shelves in the U.S. in March.