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Nokia Lumia 520 owns 27% of Windows Phone 8 market; model numbers leaked for Nokia's phablet

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Nokia Lumia 520 owns 27% of Windows Phone 8 market; model numbers leaked for Nokia's phablet
According to the latest data from AdDuplex's mobile advertising network, the entry level Nokia Lumia 520 handset currently accounts for 27% of all Windows Phone 8 models being used. Throw all Windows Phone models into the equation and the Nokia Lumia 520 still accounts for a rather hefty 18% of Windows Phone units in use today. In India, the Lumia 520 owns a whopping 36% of the Windows Phone market while the high end Nokia Lumia 920 has just 4%. Low-end Windows Phone models remain the majority of the phones outstanding. 57% of Windows Phone 8 models currently in users' pockets sport only 512MB of RAM.

The latest data from AdDuplex also reveals the Nokia RM-927 and the RM-940. These are both believed to be large screened Nokia phablets with resolution of 1080 x 1920. The RM-927 is believed to be the model intended for Verizon while the latter is said to be headed to AT&T. The RM-937, RM-938 and RM-939 have also made an appearance on AdDuplex's network and are believed to be the international model, the China Unicom model and the China Mobile versions of the phablet respectively. All of these handsets are powered by Windows Phone 8 version 8.0.10492.

There is one last model that AdDuplex has picked up on. The RM-955 has a screen with a resolution of 768 x 1280 (WXGA) which points to this unit as being a version of the Nokia Lumia 1020 for China Mobile.


source:  WMPoweruser via  NokiaPowerUser 

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