KWP report: Nokia owns 5.6 % of UK and WP 4% of US market share. Lumia 920 and WP8 devices the growth drivers.

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Kantar WorldPanel’s latest report which is for 3 months till Feb 2013 says that Nokia owns 5.6 % of UK and this growth is now due to popularity of its Lumia WP8 devices and not due to cheap Lumia WP7 devices. Another good news is from US market where, Windows Phone has grown to capture 4% of US market share. According to KWP, Lumia 920 is major growth driver in US market.

In the US the smartphone market remains dominated by iOS and Android, with a combined share of 94.7%, but Windows Phone has finally broken through the 4% share mark driven by the flagship Nokia Lumia 920.

Germany is another big market with impressive 6.8% Windows Phone market share figures. Italy is awesome at 13.1 % WP marketshare yet again !!

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5 comments

  1. Pingback: Windows phone accounts for 5% and Nokia 4% of US market share in three months ending March. | Nokiapoweruser

  2. Ga

    Well if one add symbian + windows its not that impressive. So Nokia probably even loses shares in markets.

  3. Geeks

    “Lumia 920 is major growth driver in US market” is right. Nokia US site shows Lumia 920 as the “Best Seller”. It’s also best seller on NOKIA Saudi Arabia site. In the UK Lumia 820 is labeled by Nokia as Best Seller.

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