You can see that the only countries where WP rose are the ones where Symbian was strong and lost almost all its market share. Since Symbian means Nokia, current WP users are just Nokia users that bought another Nokia (with WP).
And please note that only a fraction of those users bought a WP phone, some of them probably bought an iphone or android phone. So, since there are almost no Symbian users left, I doubt that WP will grow significantly anymore.
Good news for Windows phone... They are growing... No a way its slow... But growth is growth... :)
A smartphone that will at some point surely give you a robot lying down with open guts and an exclamation mark inside a red triangle, shouldn't be called a "smartphone".
Is Kantar tendentious? Why is iOS on top in all of the charts? It shouldn't be if you look at the percentages..
go android , the king ( who can even think of competing with the best company in the world(google)?)
"Yes, yes, our plan for world domination is coming along nicely" -Google.
Poor Blackberry; One of its strongest markets, the US, has turned their back on it. I think it would be safe to say that mr heins won't be CEO for much longer.
It's good that android is doing so well because it benefits far more companies than thethe likes of ios or windows phone (which is almost all Nokia)