Symbian’s Market Share Smaller Than Windows Phone’s…at Least in England

Symbian vs. Windows Phone
Symbian vs. Windows Phone

 

As it turns out, Symbian smartphones are selling eve worse than Nokia had predicted. After the release of the company’s first Windows Phone devices, the current Nokia-users are expected to transfer from the old platform to the new one and such an occurrence. According to the statistics, provided by Kantar Worldpanel ComTech, Symbian’s market share in England is 2.4% (down from 12.6% last year), which places the platform right behind Microsoft’s OS, which has 2.5% (compared to 0.5% last year).

Nokia Lumia 800
Nokia Lumia 800

 

Still, there are also good news for Nokia – the Lumia 800 is the best-sold Windows Phone device in the UK, accounting for a total of 87% of the sales of such devices. On the other hand, Windows Phone has a long way to go until it catches up with the current leaders – Andoroid (currently 48.5%, up from 37.8% last year), iOS (28.7% up from 22.7%) and Blackberry (17.1% down from 24.4%). B. A.

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