Windows Phone Market Share Seeing a Positive Spike Since January

The numbers don’t lie, folks. Reports have been coming in ever since Nokia released their first Windows Phone devices that suggest they are having a positive impact on Windows Phone market share. The latest numbers from NetMarketShare show a spike from .29% to .41% since January. That’s the biggest increase market share has seen since the birth of the OS. The amazing thing about these numbers is that the Lumia 710 is still the only Nokia device in the U.S. and the Lumia 900 still hasn’t launched. We expect these numbers to only get better in the coming months.

[via WMPU]


  • Lance Young

    If people would actually try the new OS, they would realize how much better it is then Android!!

  • I agree! That’s why I think retailers need to push Windows Phone more.