The lone Windows Phone in the list was the Nokia Lumia 800 which was seventh in December after moving up four places. This was followed by the Samsung GALAXY Note II and the Samsung Galaxy S III mini, which moved down one place and up seven places respectively. The last phone on the U.K. top ten list for December was the Samsung Galaxy Ace II which was making its first appearance on the list.
What will January bring? Ernest Doku, telecoms expert at uSwitch.com, says that the return of BlackBerry with the introduction of the new BlackBerry 10 OS, new "turbo-charged" Android models and some new Windows Phone 8 devices will get the blood flowing. "What can be certain is that current favorites Samsung and Apple had better watch out - competition is certainly going to be heating up in the New Year," said Doku. The list is based on deal popularity and sales.
source: uSwitch.com via SprintUsers