Feb 5, 2014

HTC and Samsung's Windows Phones account for less than 5% of total sales

HTC and Samsung's Windows Phones account for less than 5% of total sales Microsoft's buy-up of Nokia raised quite a few heads in the industry. Pundits expected both Samsung and HTC to be ire by this announcement. This can not be father from the truth – their Windows Phones simply don't sell in meaningful numbers.

This shocking statement can be obtained by analyzing the user statistics of Tamoggemon Holding's scientific calculator TouchCalc. Over the Christmas period, new users showed up with the following handsets:

Lumia 520 - 33.4%
Lumia 710 - 8%
Lumia 505 - 6.2%
Lumia 610 - 6%
Lumia 620 - 5.5%
Lumia 625 - 5.1%
Lumia 720 - 5%
Lumia 920 - 4.6%
Lumia 521 - 4%
Lumia 800 - 3.5%
Rest - 18.7%

Sadly, the line designated as "rest“ is largely made up of smaller Nokia devices. The most successful Non-Nokia device is the ATIV S; which managed a user share of barely 1.35%. These numbers lend credence to the rumor that Microsoft invests millions of dollars into keeping HTC and Samsung on the Windows Phone track.

From now on, expect frequent updates with data from Firefox OS, Windows Phone and other platforms. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Tamoggemon Holding at any time. Tam Hanna, CEO and Founder, has followed the industry since the days of the Palm IIIc and would love to provide you with in-depth comments.

About TouchCalc

TouchCalc is a scientific calculator for Windows Phone 7 and 8. Unlike most of its competitors, Tamoggemon Holding k.s. offers the product to its users at no cost. In addition to the here-tested client for Windows Phone, the product is also available for Firefox OS, webOS, Symbian and bada OS. Further information on TouchCalc can be found via www.tamoggemon.com. The Windows Phone client can be downloaded at http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/touchcalc/e0f06f7a-4691-47cd-964a-dfa989a1c17b.


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