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Nokia has a market share of 95 percent on Windows Phone 8 ‘
Almost all Windows Phone 8 devices that show advertisements from the company AdDuplex, created by Microsoft subsidiary Nokia. At about 95 percent of Windows Phone 8 devices in use is a logo of Nokia, so does the advertising is calculated.
Because AdDuplex says to be on Windows Phone apps, the largest advertising company gives overview an indication of what Windows Phone 8 devices are in use and which Internet users; Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 make according AdDuplex more than 80 percent of the total number of Windows Phones in use.
After Nokia, HTC is the largest with a market share of around 3 percent, Samsung is behind with a share of around 1 percent, while 0.7 percent Huawei also appears on the map. The numerous Chinese and Indian manufacturers who in recent months have released Windows Phone devices, represent a total of 0.2 percent.
From the Windows Phone devices, the Lumia 520 is by far the most popular. More than one-third of the group under study was a Lumia devices 520 or variant thereof. Presumably, the percentage is higher in reality; AdDuplex can only measure used device that allows users to open apps which AdDuplex responsible for the advertisement. About device used without internet access or just Facebook opens, can not be counted by AdDuplex. The assumption is that people who buy cheaper smartphones, internet less, something usage figures point for years.
AdDuplex reports further that the HTC One (M8) for Windows has been observed in several American providers, but in the world. Nowhere else This indicates that the manufacturer intends the device release anywhere else: the Benelux division has at least no plans for a release in the Netherlands or Belgium.
Microsoft will be hoping that the proportion of devices from other manufacturers will increase. Coming time To that end the licensing for Windows Phone abolished and the hardware requirements so relaxed, it is easy for manufacturers to design Android devices to record and which devices to turn Windows PhoneViewing:-207
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