The world's largest maker of personal computers has earned
"EMEA saw record highs in PC share and operating margin, hitting the No 1 position in notebooks for the first time and achieving the No 1 position in total PC sales in 15 countries," the company said.
The company's long-time investment in smartphones yielded fruit in the past quarter. It sold more smartphones than PCs for the first time with record volume of 15.8 million units, up by 39 percent.
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