Windows Phone has 19% market share in Poland

World.pl reports Windows Phone is continuing to do well in Poland.

Back in May  we reported that Windows Phone has 20% market share in the region. Now the latest data from IDC for the quarter ending in September shows Windows Phone has been able to maintain their position as the second best selling operating system in Poland, with 19% market share.

This totes up to more than 1 million Windows Phones in the hands of Polish users, and also a happy developer community, who contribute more than 250 apps per month to the Windows Phone Store.

Currently the most popular Windows Phone  models is the HTC 8S, which has 36.6 percent share, followed by the Nokia Lumia 520 (22%) and Lumia 820 (17%).

The good news is a sign that Windows Phone most likely continued its momentum in the 3rd quarter, and we can likely expect similar good performance as in Q2 2013, when around 8.7 million Windows Phones were shipped.

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