Adduplex WP statistics for May 2013 – Nokia at 80.2% of all WP devices.

| June 10, 2013 | 29 Replies



Quick heads up on adduplex’s Windows Phone statistics for May 2013.

  • Nokia at 80.2% of all WP devices
  • Nokia at 79.8% of all WP8
  • Nokia at 65.9% in the US
  • Nokia at 83% outside US.
  • 49.4% of all devices WP8
  • 822 top device in USA
  • AT&T top at 42% (this is before 928 release. Verizon is said to be continuing WP growth in expense of AT&T and T-Mobile)
  • 800 top in UK
  • 505 top in Mexico
  • 520 top in India
  • 800 top in Poland
  • 920 top in Russia



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  • Blaž

    Is not this report for last month, I think it is not the one wich was mentioned in twiter tips on saturday.

    • Peter L

      Yes, this is last months data. June data should be out soon.

  • LaBodilsen

    No surprise really, as Nokia is the only manufacturer putting out new models at a steady pace. only Huawei seems to show WP any interest, execpt for nokia.

  • Brian

    Nokia has a marketshare of 80% in WP which is almosr their total smartphone share, and Android has 75% in all of smartphone market lol

    • kneel before zod

      a better lol is you comparing a company with an ecosystem made up of more than 30 companies.nice brainfart

      • Brian

        I already predicted such a crybaby reply, no i am comparing nokia’s situation with WP, so basically i am comparing WP with android, WP is also made by samsung, nokia, htc, lg pulled out, huwaei and other chinese companies,you gonna get yourself over this man, you have to accept ur fav company’s defeat, it’s killing u from inside

        • Bassman

          Comparing apples and oranges, however, if it makes you feel better that carry on….

      • Brian

        and if u wanna cry over numbers that android has 30 companies and all
        the same argument applies to Nokia, Nokia is flooding the market with Lumias, while HTC has 2 phones, samsung made one got done with it,
        so you are comparing 2 htc phones and one samsung ativ with how many lumia phones?

    • BrianT

      Brian: “Nokia has a marketshare of 80% in WP which is almosr their total smartphone share, and Android has 75% in all of smartphone market lol”

      Please stop this idiotic nonsense or use a different name.

      You are bringing a fine name into disrepute.

  • chris wayne

    Wow the 520 just arrived and it’s already the best selling in India??, i’m impressed

  • ADN

    Fail or fAil or faIl is WP !!!

    • Viipottaja


  • Viipottaja

    Sorry for the complete off topic but if this anywhere near accurate:

    Rewolutionary. 😛

    • Janne

      That wasn’t far from reality…

      Apple came out with a REALLY weird color-splotch design.

      Not a revolutionary functionality change.

      • Viipottaja

        Transparency, frosted glass, snow flakes in the weather app… the 90s are calling! 😛

        Multitasking and swipe gestures, notifications system seem real improvements, as does the WP stolen lock screen. WebOS like multitasking cards view.

        Your move, MS.

        • Viipottaja

          And shadowing, of course. But hey, at least no astro-turf or “leather”.

          Ok, some views do look quite pretty (but somewhat safe and uninspired to me, personally).

          • Janne

            I guess it’ll do fine as it is iOS after all, but for those of us afraid they’d reinvent something really new (thus taking away from the unique competitive features/differentation of Nokia’s offerings) I think we’re safe.

            The unique, different UX is really important for Nokia’s differentation. There doesn’t seem to be anything really radical gestures-wise or homescreen or “hubs”-wise in iOS 7… (iOS 7 looks quite Jolla-esque, btw, looks-wise.)

            • Viipottaja

              yup, overall a feeling of catch up and nice refresh, nothing radical. and that’s all Apple needs. we’ll see how the stock reacts though.

              Looks to me that iRadio will be the headline of the announcement and the reporting on it. Only in the US though at the beginning.

              Mac Pro seemed to get juices flowing in the audience too.

        • BrianT

          Vipottaja: Your move, MS.

          Apple and MS have cross-licensing agreements which means there will be no suing.

  • Janne

    Lumia seems to be making mediocre progress. Looking at the AdDuplex teasers elsewhere the el-cheapos of WP8 Lumia generation are selling much faster than the WP7 cheap models of last year – although 505 in Mexico has done surprisingly well too.

  • Nokia is dancing in a “Sinking Ship”.

  • BellGo

    Seems pretty much correct. Nokia is the only thing keeping WP alive.

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