Every month, AdDuplex releases their monthly report which shows how Windows Phone is performing in general, and which devices are more popular.
According to their latest January report, the entry level Windows Phone handsets such as the Lumia 630 and Lumia 520 are the top contenders when it comes to market share.
The most interesting is the Lumia 630 which continues to rise to the top, and is now on the second spot when it comes to worldwide Windows Phone market share, grabbing 8.6 percent. The good old Lumia 520 continue to lead the charts with a 23.8 percent market share. Among other new entry-level devices launched within the past few months, Lumia 530 and the LTE-enabled Lumia 635 are also among the top ten.
As far as the manufacturers are concerned, there are no big surprises here, it’s Nokia (now a part of Microsoft) grabbing over 90 percent share. What’s appreciated is that Microsoft is rolling out the latest Windows Phone 8.1 operating system to its existing devices. Currently, Windows Phone 8.1 is running on 62.6 percent devices, a rise of almost 4.7 percent since last month. Windows Phone 8 is on 24.2 percent while 13.2 percent devices are still running Windows Phone 7.
You can check out the complete report at the source link below.
Source: AdDuplexFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Top News