Microsoft published its Q3 2016 earnings report this week, revealing its financial details in a press release.
Overall, Microsoft posted $3.8 billion in net income, with $20.5 billion in revenue, both of which are down year-over-year.
Within this, Surface related revenue was up to $1.1 billion for Q3, which a 61 percent increase from last year, showing Microsoft’s recent success with both the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book, however, they have yet to announce the exact sales figures for this.
During Q3, Microsoft only sold 2.3 million Lumia devices, which is down 73 percent from last year, declining Microsoft’s total revenue from phones by 46 percent.
Windows OEM revenue also declined by 2 percent in Q3 2016, however, this is still outperforming the rest of the PC market.
In terms of cloud, Microsoft’s Office and other cloud services grew 7 percent during the quarter, with consumer versions of Office growing by 6 percent.
Microsoft has also said that they now have 22.2 million consumers using its Office 365 subscription service.
Server and cloud services also had a revenue increase of 5 percent, with a 120 percent increase in revenue from Azure.