Nokia Lumia 710 (24%)
Nokia Lumia 800 (18%)
Nokia Lumia 610 (17%)
Nokia Lumia 900 (7%)
The HTC Radar had just 4% of recorded traffic and the two Samsung smartphones were behind even that at 3% and 2% respectively.
Nokia therefore is living up to their “special relationship” with Microsoft, it would seem. Nokia accounts for 76% of all Windows Phone traffic, but when considering only Windows 8, that number rises to 80%.
So we could say as Nokia goes, so does Windows Phone 8.
Next up is the share of the very new Windows 8 vs. Windows 7 apps. As we would assume Windows 7 phones are still the majority of phones out there, but in just over a month, Windows 8 share of traffic has grown to 5.2% as shown below.
Which countries have the greatest Windows Phone use? The USA is #1 with 14%, closely followed by that coveted China market, with 13%.
Of course, all this will have little meaning if Microsoft does not grow the Windows Phone 8 share of the overall market, which is now dominated by Android and iOS.
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