AdDuplex have released their monthly report that shed some light on Windows Phone device. If you remember, the same agency released statistics last month that crowned Nokia Lumia 520 as the most popular Windows Phone device. The latest report also mentioned similar statistics with Nokia Lumia 520 capturing 27% of Windows Phone 8 market followed by Lumia 920 and Lumia 620 who managed to capture 17% and 14%, respectively. Even if we take into account the complete Windows Phone lineup, Lumia 520 still manages to capture 18 percent market share, with a whopping 36% followed by Lumia 720. The report also mentions that the majority of Windows Phone devices – 57 percent to be exact – that are being sold come with 512MB RAM, that may be classed as low-end.
Interestingly, the report also unveiled devices codenamed RM-927 and RM-940. Both these devices are believed to large screen devices with 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution – possibly the phablet we heard about a few days back. The Nokia RM-927 is believed to be a Verizon variant while latter one belongs to AT&T. The other versions of the similar device includes RM-937, RM-938 and RM-939 which are believed to be the international model, a China Unicom and China Mobile model, respectively. AdDuplex also came across RM-955 that is believed to be a variant of Lumia 1020 for China.
It appears as if we will see a number of decent Windows Phone devices in the coming months, with Nokia being of top of the list for Windows Phone 8 devices.Filed Under: Mobile Phone News