Microsoft Reveals Q3 FY2013 Results: 1.2 Million Xbox One Units Sold

Total revenue came to $20.4 billion with net income at $5.66 billion.

Posted By | On 25th, Apr. 2014 Under News

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Microsoft has finally revealed its third quarter, fiscal year 2013 results ending on March 31st 2014. The company reported a $20.4 billion revenue and net income of $5.66 billion. Two million Xbox consoles had been sold, which included 1.2 million Xbox One units as the Devices and Consumer Hardware sector saw $1.97 million in revenue.

Total revenue in the past nine months till March 31st 2014 was $8.19 million, as Devices and Consumer revenue stood at $8.30 billion, rising by 12 percent. Total commercial revenue was reported to be $12.23 billion for a growth of 7 percent.

CEO Satya Nadella stated that, “This quarter’s results demonstrate the strength of our business, as well as the opportunities we see in a mobile-first, cloud-first world. We are making good progress in our consumer services like Bing and Office 365 Home, and our commercial customers continue to embrace our cloud solutions.

“Both position us well for long-term growth. We are focused on executing rapidly and delivering bold, innovative products that people love to use.”

Microsoft reported that the Xbox One had sold 5 million units worldwide as of April 17th. What are your thoughts on the current numbers? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Graf Ulrich 88

    Hello Ravi,
    Forgive me for correcting you, but the 5 million is shipped to retailers not sold to customers. MS will try to spend this anyway they can since they are losing ground every week to PS4. Furthermore, it is sad sad reality that every where you go across the globe the stores are having to drop the cost by $50 U.S. or more to get people to buy the console, plus throwing in the Xbox One savior title “Titanfall” and some cases “Forza 5” aka Forza microtransactions. (PS4 still beat out Xbox One in the U.S. in March which was suppose to be Xbone’s month of glory).
    Sony has the better console and far more games than MS’s Xbone. I predict that MS will drop the price at E3 or by late summer to match the PS4 in hopes that people will buy it. That is just pathetic when the consoles have been out just around 7 months after launch (at the time frame of E3).
    I was a hardcore Xbox fanboy (Xbox and Xbox 360, nearly 10 years) and switched to Sony last year after I got tired of MS’s crap Kinect and XBL Gold which is horrible compared to PS Plus


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