They could have waited for Windows Phone 10 release to see what the reception is going to be like. Just saying.
This makes sense, considering I am using only one Android phone (Z Ultra), two Windows phones (Nokia 730 and Samsung Ativ S) and two iOS devices (iPhone6 and iPAd mini)... so this might be the tendency.
I hope to see dual operating systems by then, would love to have a phone capable of running android and windows.
TheManhatten, 02 Dec 2014hehe icrap goes down, ofc after lollipop no other OS survives :) I bet you said this same after kitkat, yet kitkat only have reched 34% of all devices :D good luck with lollipop, maybe it reach the same number in 2018...
By the way iPhone going up ;) faster than ever!
hehe icrap goes down, ofc after lollipop no other OS survives :)
did they include china phones (I mean clone phones or unknown Android phones)?
As long as iOS share keeps dropping then the market is in line to get healthier.
These predictions are pointless as it's unclear what they will do with their operating systems and policies. But ~5% for WP seems unnatural - I think it will either die out or they'll learn from their misstakes and it'll have a bigger market share. I'm betting on the first probability
After iPhone 6 android growth has stopped http://gs.statcounter.com/?PHPSESSID=8qou4uhlmsiall08a6uuquqcr6&chart_type=line&device_type=mobile&stat_type=os&statType_hidden=os&device_hidden=mobile®ion=Europe&region_hidden=eu#mobile_os-ww-daily-20140701-20141202 thats firs time ever, tells how big iPhone sales currently are.
If the economy android phone makers like Xiaomi, Lenovo , Huawei, Asus etc can make WPhones it might be possible