Nokia takes 92% share of Windows Phone market in 2013: AdDuplex


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WASHINGTON: The year 2013 ended on a positive note for Nokia as it controlled the lion’s share of Windows Phone hardware, according to data by market research firm AdDuplex.

Nokia takes 92% share of Windows Phone market in 2013: AdDuplex
The year 2013 ended on a positive note for Nokia as it controlled the lion’s share of Windows Phone hardware.
The month ended for Nokia a few points up at 92.1%. Its Lumia 520 handset continues to dominate, with a new high of 39.3% share.

According to TechCrunch, Windows Phone 8 grew against the now-fading Windows 7.x system, with record relative market share of 78.3%.

Worldwide, only the Lumia 920 makes the top 10 list for usage among all Windows Phone handsets.

If only Windows Phone 8 handsets are taken into account, only two high-end devices make the list: Lumia 920 and 925.

In the US, there are three: The Lumia 920, 928, and 1020.

Posted By Mantosh Pal

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