Microsoft today announced fiscal first quarter phone hardware revenue of $2.6 billion, coming off of 9.3 million Lumia phones sold.
The figure eclipsed a sales record of 8.8 million Lumia phones Nokia set in the year-ago quarter.
In addition to its flagship handset numbers, Microsoft sold 42.9 million non-Lumia phones. The company recorded more than $2.6 billion in total revenue from handsets.
The uptick in handset sales for Microsoft comes after the company completed its acquisition of Nokia’s Device and Services (NDS) group in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2014. The company partially attributed a $1.14 billion impact on its financial results to its ongoing integration of NDS.
Microsoft also saw improved performance from its tablets. Surface revenue increased $508 million or 127 percent, which the company attributed to an increased mix of Surface Pro units sold and the release of Surface Pro 3 in June.
Microsoft’s total revenue for the quarter exceeded $23 billion and brought in a net income of $4.5 billion, down from $5.3 billion in the year-ago quarter.
Shares of Microsoft were up nearly four percent in after-hours trading following the announcement.