Duel, 02 Dec 2013very interesting android lost 1% in one month in Europe, when was the last time when android a... moreActually now when I compared the September and October numbers android lost everywhere in last month :D when this have happened last time? we need to go very far.
very interesting android lost 1% in one month in Europe, when was the last time when android actually lost in Europe?
same time Apple grew 1.2% in Europe
cheebc, 02 Dec 2013IOS market share decreasing outside of USA, goodExcept its growing after iPhone 5S/5C launch everywhere, which you can see if you look same numbers from september.
The article mentions most of the WP devices are low end ones.
High end WP handsets have oversized bezel & overweight. That's the obstacle.
now ios is lagging back in every aspect. Retina Display is no longer best display in market, android has more number of apps than ios, windows phone is now providing same stability as ios. So, why people spend extra money if they can get enough apps and stability with better display and feature in low price. iDevices are very likely to be flop as Nokia was. the only way to survive is to make iDevices cheap.
Apple will lose more market share in a next few month! Am fedup with icrap 5 :/
"It seems the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c launch hasn't gone too great for Apple."
Wait what? Am i reading different stats? In ONE month apple share in EU went up 1.2% if i dont remember wrong iPhone have been losing share in EU the whole year? And now they gained three times more marketshare than wp in one month with low supply.
Also in UK they grew 2% in one month. Sametime wp 0.6%
So again, didnt go well?
exe, 02 Dec 201310%. one tenth.one-tenth though but dominated by one brand, nokia. how many android oem do you know?
WP keeps gaining marketshare slowly but steadily, thanks to Nokia's sole effort. But it will all soon dwindle when Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia D&S is completed.
Lumia 620 and 520? This is a big joke. I thought it was the so-called 'decent' flagships that flood the market. Turns out not. Nokia is only good at making jokes.