The remains of Nokia now account for 90% of all windoze phone sales.
According to the report that WPCentral got its hands on, Nokia has grown its share of the Windows Phone market from 85 percent in July, to 90 percent in November.
HTC is second with 7%, followed by Samsung and Huawei, which account for 1.8% and 3.0% respectively. This isn't too surprising, as Samsung has seemingly has given up on the Windows Phone market.
Worse still, the largest seller is the budget LAME-ia 520, so M$ isn't making much (if any) money on them.
The Adduplex report also reveals that despite M$'s widespread Windoze Phone 8 push, Windoze Phone 7 is still on almost 25% of Windoze Phones.
All that money wasted, to get to less than 4% market share after 3 years.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
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Sentiment: Strong Buy