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According to a recent report from “Global Smartphone Sales Forecast” on operating systems from the years 2007 to 2012, Windows Phone will gain an increase of 4% in the US market share up from 3.5% last year.
The Senior Analyst at Strategy Analytics, Scott Bicheno said that roughly 123 million windows smartphones will be sold in United States in 2012, giving Microsoft boost of twenty-one percent from last year’s 102 million units.
Nokia is one of the most successful mobile companies in the industry. After launching the Nokia Lumia devices, the company is now ready to reveal its next advance in technology that will surely stun the world.
The company is preparing to surprise people with their next magnificent idea in providing people with modern communication devices.
The QRCode which is a shown on the screen of a Nokia Lumia phone leads directly to NokiaGraffiti.me.
With the pending release of Windows Phone 8 people can barely keep their anticipation to themselves. They can’t just get enough, and every day there are new rumors circulating the internet regarding it’s features.
One of these rumors is saying that Windows Phone 8 will feature native screenshot capabilities, which is something we here at 1800PocketPC have wanted since WindowsPhone 7.0 appeared.
Lumia 900 is well known as Nokia’s flagship Windows phone device. As of today, it has been marked down by 50% of its original price on AT&T’s website. From a $99 original price, it has now dropped to $49.99. Some were curious why, but many were just happy to finally grab one now that it has been made more affordable.
Highlighting its greatest features – 4.3-inch screen, a 1.4 GHz processor & a Carl Zeiss lens 8-megapixel camera, the 900 is available in blue, white, black and pink on a 2-year contract. Research conducted by Nielsen during its release showed that 96% of those who got themselves a Lumia 900 were extremely satisfied with it.
With the anticipation of everyone for the release of the Windows Phone 8, there are already rumors circling and leaks posted in the internet concerning the codename of the new Windows Phone 8. If you think about it, it’s one way of considering that people are up for the upcoming windows phone. Their anticipation are overflowing for its release and whatever that comes up in the internet, they are well bought by readers and prospective clients. What are the odds for the new Windows Phone 8 codename? Could it be another Lumia Series or another? Along with these rumors include a single Samsung device.
Microsoft is no doubt one of the pioneers of this high tech world. But, unfortunately they are really struggling hard to compete with other high profile competitors. In such a situation Microsoft has decided to bet billions on their Windows Phone. But, will this really take them out of their hardship?
It all started with a tweet from Microsoft’s Senior Director of Windows Phone Business Development, Robert Williams, “at work” at Amazon. After 15 long years of working as a senior director in Microsoft, the big man left Microsoft for Amazon. Rumors have it that his leaving puts everyone in expectation that Amazon has big plans in competing with Google and Apple by putting up its own mobile device in the market not later the end of this year.
Different survey companies have different methodologies. Nielsen & comScore are no different to the rule. In spite of using different methodologies the target of both these survey companies is to show the patterns of smartphone ownership and consumption.
comScore’s publishes its data on a monthly basis whereas Nielsen provides updates on a quarterly basis. But, since it’s published at a grater interval Nielsen comes up with more detailed analysis.
Nielsen’s Quarter 2 reports puts in a detailed look at the smartphone shares of both the Android and Windows platform. The following graph sourced from Asymco shows a treemap built using the Nielsen data: