We last reported about Nokia Feature phones leading the segment in terms of sales performance in Russia. This report came via the data compiled with the help of partners data. But now we have the report from analyst firm Counterpoint research confirming it. As per the report from Counterpoint research, Nokia
TRA, the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of UAE has released statistics for the second quarter of 2017 on the nation’s most popular mobile phone handsets. Nokia as a brand still enjoys good recognition in UAE market highlights the report. Nokia is the 2nd top phone brand in UAE with 22.9% market share
How low can it go, that is the question every Windows Phone fan would be asking to himself watching the Windows Phone's already smallish market share slide further. Kantar Worlpanel report for three months ending March 2016 confirms the steep decline in Windows Phone sales share in once-strong and traditionally
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
Kantar WorldPanel has released its smartphone sales share report for the three month ending February 2016. Windows Phone, as expected has lost sales share nearly everywhere. In Five major European markets, sales share has dipped to 5.9% registering a staggering 4.2% decline Year-on-Year. In traditionally strong markets like France and Italy,
AdDuplex has released its Windows Phone report for February 2016. For your information AdDuplex gathers, analyses and releases Windows Phone market share report every month. Here is how the report was generated. This report is based on data collected from 5,219 Windows Phone apps running AdDuplex SDK v.2 (and higher). The
In a new interview, Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella has accepted that the current smartphone market share of 1.7% that Windows Phone enjoys is "unsustainable". But he has again reiterated their commitment towards "Phone's experience" calling its as a node of the entire "mobility of experience". The focus on mobile experiences makes
We know that Microsoft's Windows Phone worldwide market share is about 3%, but in many countries Windows Phone is growing steadily and capturing market shares from Android and iOS. Now Strategy Analytics reports that Microsoft has shipped 31 million devices in Q3 2015 and their revenue has declined by 40% YoY.