Nokia now owns 90% of the global Windows Phone device market share
According to new data revealed by AdDuplex, Nokia has now taken over Windows Phone with a 90% global market share. Compared to last month, Nokia had 89.2% of the market share of Windows Phones. November has only increased the market share by only 0.8%. This number will obviously increase due to the new Nokia Lumia devices, the 1520 and 1320, which were released only a day ago.
The report also indicates that Windows Phone 8 is now across 75% of all Windows Phone devices worldwide, which has only increased 5% since October. This preliminary data was revealed by Alan Mendelevich, who is the founder of AdDuplex, on his Twitter account.
“AdDuplex is the largest cross-promotion network for Windows Phone and Windows 8 apps empowering developers and publishers to promote their apps for free by helping each other. AdDuplex was established in January 2011 in Vilnius, Lithuania. As of October 2013, more than 4,000 apps actively use AdDuplex to gain more visibility,” AdDuplex states, for those curious who they are.
AdDuplex has yet to release their entire report on Windows Phone data for the month of November, so stay tuned!Further reading: AdDuplex, Windows Phone