One way to gain market share and achieve make a dent in the other companies is: get cheap phones with good performance that is key and fixing other leaves alone because if the market share climbs start pulling developers for that platform product
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i really like windows phone operating system although i am an android user but for the sake of competetion i really hope that wp market share could grow little bit higher than this
I still remember my first nokia phone nd my love for nokia will be same as it was before...I love for nokia was not due to software but its hardware...In lumia I do see same robustness and great design!!!
I don't like windows phone but anything that smashes the BS called "It's too late! Android and iOS has taken off. There's no room for a 3rd product".
i'm happy as long as Apple loses market share and all other companies climb to the top. hopefully Blackberry gets back into the game. its seems like they are trying hard to improve.
It's Nokia's quality and brand name heritage...wherever it goes, it will alwayse take our hearts...Because we love it!
Expect android to drop some hold same time year. But iphone to retain or slightly push up also windows to gain some ground on android cos of Microsoft aggressive approach on the hand held devices market(with surface 2 and lumia).
i think this growth is only because of nokia's lumia devices.....otherwise it is not going to happen
Nokia lumias are underrated,phone calls & reliable data connection is unbeatable.
snjy, 30 Sep 2013Good to see WP rising. But still they are not giving Basic functionality's like Direct email attachments, orientation lock, vpn, direct uploading , background downloading etc... Without the support of existing users they can't achieve new heights
From the source:
"After years of increasing market share, Android has now reached a point where significant growth in developed markets is becoming harder to find. Android’s growth has been spearheaded by Samsung, but the manufacturer is now seeing its share of sales across the major European economies dip year on year as a sustained comeback from Sony, Nokia and LG begins to broaden the competitive landscape"
Seem's people are coming to their senses and aren't as easily swayed by Samsung's constant marketing barrage.