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Windows 10 Mobile grows to now be on 7% of Windows phones

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Windows 10 Mobile grows to now be on 7  of Windows phones

Android is not the only platform suffering from issues with fragmentation: despite trying to play them down, issues with fragmentation exist on Apple's platform (the most crucial one with software updates, however, is handled much better on iOS), and now, we are seeing an in-depth report from AdDuplex about the speed of Windows 10 Mobile adoption.

Windows 10 Mobile is now on 7% of devices

The news in a nutshell: Windows 10 is now on 7% of devices now. What does this mean? Well, not all that much: keep in mind that Windows 10 Mobile is still considered to be in the late development phase and the update has not officially started rolling out to devices, so we're talking about new devices like the Lumia 640 that are picking up steam, as well as developer previews installed on existing devices.

The detailed breakdown below shows which are the biggest manufacturers (but you already know, it's all about Microsoft and nobody else is making Windows Phones), and what are the sales in some markets. Take a look at the data and if you are one of the not so many Windows 10 Mobile fans out there, do not forget that the new Lumia 950 and 950 XL flagships are now on sale in select Microsoft stores, as well as online.

source: AdDuplex

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posted on 26 Nov 2015, 10:21 1

1. Crispin_Gatieza (Posts: 1590; Member since: 23 Jan 2014)


The numbers for W10 will only continue to climb. Build number 10586 (what the 950 ships with) is the latest on the Insider track and it's very good.

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 11:04 3

2. Martin_Cooper (Posts: 1371; Member since: 30 Jul 2013)


Dead platform. Not much to say. 2 years without a new flagship. 1.7% worldwide market share. s**tty app store that despite being up for years still doesn't have big apps. Most of apps lacking features and updates. The perfect phone for a 80y old who wants a phone just to make calls.

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 12:06 4

3. IAMBLCKJ3ZUS (Posts: 215; Member since: 29 Sep 2015)


Can't be that dead if you clicked on the article. Honestly 7% higher than the low percentage that Marshmellow has. I have a 950 and its great and has over 500,000 apps since when was that a small number. I bet if you had $500,000 you wouldn't be complaining.

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 13:41 4

6. DarkStar286 (Posts: 198; Member since: 18 Mar 2014)


It hasn't been 2 years without a flagship, the 930 came out in July 2014. It's overtaken iOS in a couple of markets and continues to grow in Europe. I've never had a problem finding the apps that I need and they have the features I expect them to have.

Why are you commenting on a subject you're so poorly informed about?

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 12:45 2

4. Martineverest (Posts: 229; Member since: 27 Oct 2015)


Windows is not blackberry.....a surface phone will be an iPhone killer.
remember, Microsoft used surface rt, sp1 &2 to pave way for surface book.. Something is cooking

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 12:58 1

5. ihavenoname (Posts: 1693; Member since: 18 Aug 2013)


It's always the next phone, the next OS version, the next year for WP fanboys, every year...

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 14:31 1

7. meanestgenius (Posts: 9673; Member since: 28 May 2014)


What does BlackBerry have to do with this article?

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 19:28

11. Plutonium239 (Posts: 1036; Member since: 17 Mar 2015)


I believe his point was that Microsoft wasnt going to throw in the towel and make Android phones. And that the concept of a Surface Phone is something that will likely succeed. If Microsoft can establish the PC-Phone hybrid market and do it right, then they will dominate the market. What they need is to be able to run Win32 apps off a phone and the continuum concept would make it a must have device for businesses, government and consumers alike.

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 19:57

12. meanestgenius (Posts: 9673; Member since: 28 May 2014)


I think his point was more along the lines of him taking a potshot at BlackBerry. Either way, BlackBerry has absolutely nothing to do with this article.

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 20:28

15. Furbal (Posts: 921; Member since: 22 Sep 2012)


If cevelopers can move in the direction that their business apps to support arm/risc/UWP it would be better long term for them - it opens them up for an easy move onto any platform they want from Windows.

Win32 isnt necessary if MS can get people to do such a thing...(probably a good thing, forced backwards compatibility limits what can be done in the future)

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 14:33

8. meanestgenius (Posts: 9673; Member since: 28 May 2014)


Got impatient waiting for the official Windows 10 for mobile update and just installed the latest Windows 10 for mobile technical preview build on my Lumia 640. Eager to see what it's all about.

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 20:05 1

13. Crispin_Gatieza (Posts: 1590; Member since: 23 Jan 2014)


It's very good MG. Even on a 1GB device it rolls smoothly. Do your thing and ignore the trolls. Or as Domino's used to say "avoid the noids".

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 20:16

14. meanestgenius (Posts: 9673; Member since: 28 May 2014)


Lol, agreed. So far I'm enjoying it.

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 14:45

9. pureviewuser (Posts: 479; Member since: 11 Nov 2012)


Hey don't trash blackberry it's a great os and have great phones and I follow wp.

posted on 26 Nov 2015, 17:16

10. Plume-Veil (banned) (Posts: 174; Member since: 19 Nov 2015)


Even both these OS is way much better than iOs.

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