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AdDuplex's latest stats show the Windows 10 Mobile preview continues to grow in popularity, as well as breaking down usage of entry-level, mid-range, and flagship-class Windows Phones in key markets.
Even if it has a long way to go to reach the usage level of Windows 7, the adoption of Windows 10 among app users is quickly approaching that of Windows 8.1, according to a new report from AdDuplex.
The latest figures from AdDuplex are in, showing that Microsoft's share of the Windows mobile platform has increased again, while the Lumia 640 is already one of the most popular devices in the US.
The latest data is in, and even though Microsoft is gearing up to release new flagship phones, its mobile ecosystem is still dominated by low-end handsets. Will that change with Windows 10 Mobile?
Advertising platform AdDuplex has published its latest statistics report for Windows Phone, showing Lumia's continued dominance of the platform, and early popularity for the new Windows 10 Mobile.
One of two new high-end Windows 10 Mobile handsets was tracked on the AdDuplex network with a Quad HD display - and a report claims to have confirmed the key specs of the new 'Cityman' Lumia flagship.
The latest data shows that the number of people trying out Windows 10 Mobile has tripled in the last month, which bodes well for Microsoft's future efforts and eventual launch of the new OS.
According to data from AdDuplex, Windows 10 for phones is just starting to make a mark on Windows OS market share, but it has a long way to go before it'll even beat Windows Phone 7.
The latest AdDuplex data shows that the low-end Lumia 630 is doing well in the market, and Windows 10 is already entering the charts thanks to the enthusiasm around the preview version of the OS.
The latest data from AdDuplex has revealed a further drop in Windows Phone 8 marketshare owing it to new 8.1 devices and the rollout of Lumia Denim, while Windows Phone 7 refuses to go away.
The latest report from AdDuplex shows that the new low-end Lumia 630/635 is gaining ground, that Windows Phone 8.1 is now the dominant OS and unveils at least three new Lumia devices.
We take a look at the latest data on Microsoft's mobile ecosystem to note that the Lumia 630 is a success and is quickly becoming the top selling Windows Phone around the world.
Taking a look at the latest report we see that Windows Phone is still strong in the low-end of the market with the recently launched Lumia 630 model doing well across the board.
Thanks to the latests statistics from AdDuplex, Windows Phone 8.1 is now on roughly 25% of Windows Phones based on sampling data collected from over 400 Windows Phone apps.
The latest data shows that the new Lumia 630 is doing quite well in the market and that WP 8.1 adoption is also growing fast. Not only that, but we get new hints of future Windows Phone devices.
The latest report from AdDuplex shows that the sales of mid and low-end Lumias has finally slowed down. New OEMs and new devices are joining the market, while Windows Phone 8.1 adoption is growing.
The latest Windows Phone user statistics from the AdDuplex firm show that the budget priced Nokia Lumia 520 and 521 now claim over 50 percent of the U.S. market share for Microsoft's mobile OS.
The latest Windows Phone user statistics from the AdDuplex firm show that the budget priced Nokia Lumia 520 now has nearly a third of the market share for Microsoft's mobile OS.
The latest report from AdDuplex shows that low and mid-range Windows Phones are what's pushing the platform forward. The Lumia 520 sales are slowing down but the Lumia 625 is becoming a new hit.
The report from AdDuplex shows once more that Nokia's low-end handsets are the driving force behind the Windows Phone ecosystem. Devices like the Lumia 520 and 625 are pushing the platform forward.
The latest survey of Windows Phone devices by online ad company AdDuplex shows that the Nokia Lumia 521 has finally become the most used Windows Phone device in the U.S.
A new survey of Windows 8 and RT devices from the AdDuplex ad network shows that Microsoft's Surface RT is still the most used product in that ecosystem. Listings for a Surface 2 tablet have shown up.
The latest survey of Windows Phone devices from the advertising service AdDuplex shows Nokia continues to dominate unit sales for Microsoft's mobile OS, with the Nokia 520 as the most popular phone.
As promised, we now have the full report from AdDuplex. the data shows that the Lumia 520 is the uncontested winner in the Windows Phone ecosystem and that low-end devices are the way forward.
Alan Mendelevich, CEO of AdDuplex, has just tweeted an interesting statistic: according to AdDuplex numbers, the recently launched and affordable Lumia 520 has become the most popular Windows Phone.
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According to data released by Windows Phone advertising network AdDuplex, Nokia command a huge 83% of the Windows Phone market outside the United States, showing how popular their Lumia devices are.
Online ad network AdDuplex claims that, according to their numbers, Nokia's Lumia 920 is now the most popular Windows Phone device, taking the lead from the Lumia 800.
The Windows Phone online ad network AdDuplex has spotted something called a "Nokia RM-877" on AT&T's network, which may indicate that AT&T is testing a new Nokia Lumia Windows Phone-based smartphone.
The latest data from Adduplex shows Nokia is still leading in the Windows Phone ecosystem and will continue to do so thanks to its middle and low-end offerings that have been selling quite well.
A new report from AdDuplex continues to show that Microsoft's Windows RT version of the Surface tablet is the most popular PC among Windows 8 and RT users worldwide.
A Windows 8/Windows Phone 8 ad network shows that Microsoft's Surface tablet is currently the most used device on their network among Windows 8 and Windows RT products.