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  • ineedastock ineedastock Mar 4, 2013 5:17 PM Flag

    Check out the forbes link under Yahoo news and thank this guy Tero Kuittinen at Forbes


    This guy Tero Kuittinen
    Tero Kuittinen, Contributor
    this guy is a genius and I am sending you a thank you gift tomorrow. Way to work. He posted an article pointing out the Addduplex or something like that has Windows phone in Feb. 2013 as 76% share of the market. Samsung has uh 6 fin percent.

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    • jane you ignorant slat. read the article

    • No that is not what he said. he said 76% of windows market shares. Here is article


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      The latest Addduplex statistics on Windows smartphone market share splits are interesting reading. Nokia’s share of Windows smartphone base is now topping 78% worldwide as Samsung fades below 6%. By March 1, Nokia’s flagship Lumia 920 has grabbed 11% of global Windows phone base despite its small shipment volumes in November and December.

      But perhaps the most fascinating numbers come from America. Nokia’s Lumia 822, the key Verizon Windows smartphone for the past months, has grabbed 21% market share in the US Windows market – while AT&T’s Lumia 920 share is 18%. This is pretty fascinating, because the Lumia 920 has remained the #3 smartphone at AT&T for a couple of months, but the Lumia 822 has never cracked Verizon’s Top 3 smartphone list. The Lumia 822 is a free phone with a 2-year contract at Verizon and its specs are certainly respectable for a freebie smartphone. But Verizon clearly has not supported the 822 as robustly as AT&T has supported the Lumia 920. Could it be that the Lumia 822 has been a solid, under the radar seller at Verizon despite the lack of a big marketing blitz?

      Now that Blackberry’s new device range is close to debuting in America and the new Samsung and Apple flagship models will arrive over the summer, the competition for carrier marketing support is about to heat up. If Nokia can carve out a solid budget phone niche at Verizon, its US prospects would look a whole lot brighter. As the new Blackberry, HTC, LG, Sony, Apple and Samsung models battle it out in the $150-200 subsidized price category, perhaps Nokia’s plan to sneak into Verizon’s free phone roster has a chance of paying off.

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