Haplok, 06 May 2015So if someone isn't downloading and using numerous apps, he's not using his PHONE?well in a *smart* mannor every phone as you know boils down to can you call "yeah" can you send a text message "yeah" windows phone is not dead it is just not a heavy usage for most people.
CarlOrff, 06 May 2015Since most operators push Micorsoft-Nokia phones to the customers who are not investigating an... moreSo if someone isn't downloading and using numerous apps, he's not using his PHONE?
Since most operators push Micorsoft-Nokia phones to the customers who are not investigating and following the trends, they choose the cheapest device there is and prolong their subscription. Many operators offer those phones for free or for minimal monthly payment. That does not mean that people are really using these phones or using them to their full potential and downloading or using apps. So far, Windows mobile is a dead platform.
aussiehk, 06 May 2015That's because Europeans are still suckers for Nokia.When last did Nokia release a phone?
this is great news for the platform.. what a lotta folks miss is that, even a 0% change is actually growth. Since new phones are added every year, so the fact that u've retained your share itself is good news. (not commenting only from WP perspective but across platforms :))