Windows Phone grows US share by 400K new users

image

The latest Comscore numbers for the 3 months ending April 2014 has come out, and it shows relatively good news for Windows Phone.

The OS has not just maintained its market share of the 167.9 million smartphone market in USA, but grew slightly over the last few months, adding 427,000 new Windows Phone users to bring its total to 5.54 million Americans.

Sequentially the OS was also able to maintain its numbers, which was also 3.3% of the installed smartphone base in March 2014, and due to the growth of the market has clearly continued to grow in users also, adding around 100,000.

There is now a very clear separation between Windows Phone and Blackberry, and while growth has remained slow it has also been relatively consistent. Hopefully the very wide release of the super-cheap Nokia Lumia 630, which is coming to both T-Mobile and AT&T, will help boost these numbers even more.

Read the full report at Comscore here.

Some links in the article may not be viewable as you are using an AdBlocker. Please add us to your whitelist to enable the website to function properly.

Related
Comments