Platform Windows Mobile Phone Will Be Second in Year 2015?

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Based on the latest reports from IDC, the mobile operating system that launched Microsoft's newest device in October last year that the Windows Phone, reportedly expected to become the second platform that dominates the smartphone market in 2015. Whether this is true or not, but it definitely seems to have estimated the various groups so that.

The existence of the Windows Phone seems to be dominating fraction of the mobile market in the year 2011. Because the market today there are only a few models of mobile phones are emerging with the greatness of the Microsoft platform support so far. While the magnitude of the change itself is not expected to happen in 2012 as Nokia would jor-rod poured various models of devices based on Windows Phone her to the market.

Smartphone market worldwide is expected to increase significantly over time, and able to penetrate more than 982 million devices by the end of 2015 which will come.

Android is expected to remain the number one rule and dominate the mobile device market in that period, followed by a Windows Phone, in the second position, and the IOS on the third. The existence of the greatness of Google's platform is likely to be the platform number one before the end of the year 2011.

During this year alone, the smartphone market will increase 55 percent per year, and reach 472 million devices. While in the past year alone, various vendors have been marketed only about 305 million units worldwide. And to market new smartphone is expected to rise four times faster than the overall cell phone market during the current year.

According to IDC's own rapid growth will be driven by lower selling prices, an increase in functionality on the device, and the availability of lower cost data plan. And all that reportedly can make the handsets more accessible to a wider range of users.

"Gate of the smartphone market has been wide open," said Kevin Restivo, who now serves as senior research analyst with IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker.

"The mobile phone users around the world were there was a shift in the use of smartphone devices that just talk and sms's just now started to move as a device that allows its users to perform tasks of daily such as shopping and banking from anywhere".

"This growth trend is revealed especially in developing country markets. As a result, growth in regions such as Asia / Pacific and Latin America, will be felt dramatically over the coming years ".


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