There is one device that dominates the chart, and it’s one of the most affordable Windows Phones - the Nokia Lumia 520. In January, it accounted for a whopping 31% of the total platform usage. The Lumia 520 has risen to the top basically since its launch around mid-2013, and continues to grow its usage share until now.
Another interesting phenomenon in the Windows Phone ecosystem is that the combined share of the low-end Lumia 520, 521, 620, and 625 stands at 47%. That means that nearly half of all used Windows Phones are very affordable devices. Looking at just Windows Phone 8 smartphones, the usage share of affordable devices is even larger.
Just a quick glance at the pie chart also reveals that Nokia is still the most popular Windows Phone maker by a large margin. It commands 92.3% of all WP devices in use. Probably that’s why Microsoft bought the Finnish company after all, don’t you think?
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