We last exclusively reported the evidence that shows millions of Nokia Android smartphones in active use already. This somewhat verified the claim made by HMD that they have already sold millions of Nokia Android smartphones.
But we now have an IDC report claiming that 1.5 Million Nokia Android phones were sold
Windows Phone has achieved some serious growth YoY and consequently Microsoft Mobile is the second largest vendor with 24% market share in one of the major emerging Asian market, Indonesia, reveals a IDC report. The growth has come at the expense of Samsung's market share that has declined from 54%
In its Q4, 2014 report for Sri Lanka market, IDC has awarded 9.1% market share and 3rd vendor rank to Nokia (Microsoft Mobile).
Nokia: Nokia stands third in smart phone market with close to 9% market share. Higher brand recall owing to their feature phone penetration continues to drive their business
IDC predicts Windows Phone shipments for the full year of 2014 at 35 million, which is much in line with the volumes sold in last three quarters. In Q3 2014, Microsoft reported 9.3 million Lumia shipments, and educated guesses put Q2 and Q1 2014 sales around 7-8 and 8 million.
IDC's latest report for Australian market gives 4% market share to Windows Phone for Q1 of 2014. According to the report, the phone and smartphone market has seen a decline in Q1 due to seasonality. Windows Phone was placed at 4th OS ranking with 4% market share, while Blackberry has
A report from IDC reveals the smartphone market share details for Vietnam market. It is really good news for Windows Phone all the way!! While we have earlier reported Windows Phone enjoying as high as 26% market share in Vietnam, the IDC report talks about the growth figures for Windows
Latest IDC report for Q1 2014 brings good news for Nokia / Microsoft now from India. Nokia has regained 5th smartphone vendor rank in India with just 4% market share. The market share may not seem that impressive but the fact that after seeing some decline and going out of
IDC has released its smartphone sales volume predictions for the period of 2014-2018. They predict Windows Phone sales volume of 43.3 million units in 2014. With Q1 volume estimated to be close to 8 million units, it seems IDC expects sales of 35 million windows phone devices during rest of
IDC's survey of top 10 smartphone purchase drivers throws some interesting stats out. One of them is the fact that Windows Phone buyers are more likely to buy or are more loyal to Windows Phone than iOS and Android buyers are to their OS of their choice. So, while 40%
Good news for Microsoft here!! A recent IDC survey reveals that While iPhone and Blackberry just account for 25% of devices used by European government employees, Blackberry is on decline. Use of Android and Microsoft phone (Windows Phone) is on rise among Western European Government Employees.
A recent survey by International
IDC has come up with its smartphone growth predictions for next four years. According to this prediction, amongst all OSes, Windows Phone will grow the fastest in next four years. The yearly growth rate for Windows Phone is predicted to be 29.5% which is much higher than predicted growth rate
IDC has come up with its report for Q4 2013 and for the year 2013 and it is encouraging news for the 3rd platform. While Android retains its overall lead and has grown by 40.3% from Q4 2012 to Q4 2013, iOS has lost its momentum and has shown a