This month we take a look at the year-end snapshot of Windows 10 Mobile phones in use, what Black Friday did to the PC manufacturer and phone charts, and whether Surface Studio made a dent in the Surface product line usage.
Not much is happening in the mobile world of Windows in general. However, there was a new flagship-type phone released this month – Alcatel Idol 4S. Granted it’s a US-only phone (for now, at least) and the fact that we haven’t looked at US in a while, we decided to dedicate this issue of AdDuplex Statistics report to US.
This month we take a look at where HP Elite x3 lands, Lenovo takes second place in the PC chart, Windows 10 Anniversary Update reaches critical mass on Mobile and makes huge progress on the PC side.
This month, in addition to traditional charts of most popular Windows phones and Windows 10 Mobile phones, we look at the speed of Windows 10 Anniversary Update adoption, top Windows 10 manufacturers for both phones and PCs and more.
This month we look at the top Windows phones in general and Windows 10 Mobile devices in particular.
We observe accelerating growth in Windows 10 Mobile usage share and take a look on how Windows 10 Anniversary Update is propagating on both PCs and mobile. And our findings will definitely surprise you.
Was Windows 10 Mobile able to grow significantly? Is it growing evenly in all the countries? What is the most popular Windows phone out there? Do Windows enthusiasts use the same phones as the general public? Is there a country with only one Lumia in the top-5?
These are the questions we try to answer in the July edition of the AdDuplex Windows phone statistics report.
The old number one is back. We take a closer look at Windows 10 Mobile devices and builds. There’s one country where Lumia 950 almost broke into top 10.
All of this and device stats from US, France, Germany, Poland, Ukraine, India and Brazil in the addition of AdDuplex Windows Phone Statistics Report.
The big change this month is that, after almost three years at the top (since July 2013), Lumia 520 is no longer the most popular Windows Phone device in use. That title now falls to the Lumia 535.
Windows 10 generation phones are still nowhere to be seen in the top 10 including such previous Windows Phone strongholds as Italy, Russia or India. The only bright spot is UK where Lumia 550 has gained some momentum.
In addition to the US we look in detail at the devices in use in the United Kingdom, Italy, Russia, Australia and India.
The trends of the past few months continue and there are no major changes of note beyond an increase in the number of devices running Windows 10 Mobile.
In addition to our usual global and US specific figures, we also look at device usage in the Benelux nations, Finland, Poland, Thailand, Vietnam and Mexico.
With details about the devices which will officially be able to upgrade to Windows 10 Mobile announced this month we’ve taken a look at what this means for potential market share changes and how many have already taken advantage of this.