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Windows Mobile sales share has risen by 0.8% in the USA, while the UK has fallen by 0.3% since June. This marks a large overall decline year-on-year for the OS.
New data from Kantar shows decreases in most EU5 countries, while the US remains stable and Austria returns to growth.
The numbers for May show that Windows Phone sales are still declining in Europe and remain at a low of 0.1% in Japan.
The Windows phone platform is bleeding users to Android according to new market figures from Kantar, with Microsoft hardware sales declining in all major markets.
The most recent smartphone market share survey by Kantar reveals the expected decline of Windows Phone. In contrary to the trend UK shows strong growth and also China is seeing some improvement.
While many might say that Windows Phone is practically dead already, it appears we had to wait until Microsoft’s latest Quarterly Report got published...
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has revealed how we would handle the Windows Phone differently in an interview with Bloomberg, attributing part of the devices’ decline to the troubled launch of Windows Vista.
A decision to pull back from mobile hardware coupled with tumbling market share led many to predict the end of Windows 10 Mobile. However, Microsoft has confirmed one of my long-term beliefs, that Windows 10 Mobile will be maintained as a strategic platform.
Vahé Torossian has confirmed the company will be focusing on the enterprise market for the time being. The Redmond giant plans to return in a few years when it has more of a chance.
Microsoft's mention of 'first-party devices' suggests that the Surface Phone is more than a rumor, but claims of commitment to Windows 10 Mobile have angered some users.
The Samsung Smart Switch app has been updated with support for Microsoft's Windows Phone 8.1 operating system, making it easier than ever for users to move from Lumia to Samsung.
The layoffs continue the company's aggressive restructuring of their mobile phone business and are expected to be completed by the 2017 fiscal year.
Despite this, the company experienced a year on year decline of seven percent in revenue, and a large drop in device sales. At the forefront of this fall was the Phone market, which declined by 71 percent.
Here Maps has ended support for Windows 10 and therefore will no longer work on the latest suite of Lumia devices.
Kantar Worldpanel has released mobile market details for the first quarter and in the EU5 nations Windows Phone has all but collapsed.
In an effort to convince developers to port their iOS apps to Windows 10, Microsoft has released an app development concept map which aligns software development concepts across the iOS, Android, and Windows platforms.