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Comscore: Windows Phone ( 2.5% ) loses installed base in US market

After Kantar Worldpanel’s not so encouraging report about Windows Phone losing marketshare nearly in all markets covered under the report, it is Comscore’s report for February 2016 that confirms the slide in US market. According to the Comscore’s report for three months ending February 2016, Windows phone lost smartphone subscribers to touch a low of 2.5% from 2.8% in November 2015.Comscore AprilKantar’s sales share report has given only 2.6% market (sales) share to Windows Phone in US for the same period of three months ending February 2016. While the two reports validate each other it is certainly bad news for  Windows Phone fans.

Lumia Q4 2015 sales figure was disaster but with Microsoft changing its Mobile strategy, it was widely expected and if you remember, we told you that things can get worse in future.

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  • McHale72

    That -0.3% could be all the people that bought Lumia 950s. I know since owning mine I wished I’d have gone with ANY other device, mainly Android or iOS.

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