Windows Phone Not Able to Compete with Android-iOSMicrosoft seems to be trying harder to compete with the giant duo operating system (OS) is Android and Apple iOS. This is because the software giant’s OS, Windows Phone, not experienced significant growth since the beginning of this year in the United States (USA). Launched Neowin , Friday (08/08/2014), based on data released by research firm comScore, the growth of Windows Phone does not even reach one percent. Windows Phone’s market share in the first quarter / 2014 is 3.3 percent, rising to 3.4 percent during the three months ended June 2014. Meanwhile, the main competitors in the smartphone market, namely Android and iOS dominate more than 90 percent. But for Android has decreased from 52.2 percent to 51.9 percent. While iOS rose from 41.4 percent to 42.1 percent. BlackBerry still has its share in the country of Uncle Sam, but down from 2.7 percent to 2.4 percent. Symbian also decreased from 0.2 percent to 0.1 percent. USA is an important market for Microsoft, because many smartphones sold in the country is the product of the upper middle class. So the greater the profit generated. As for the most popular smartphone vendor in the United States is Apple and Samsung. Apple leads with 42.1 percent control of the smartphone market, ahead of Samsung which has a contribution of 28.6 percent. Whereas other rivals, LG, has a 6.4 percent market share, followed by Motorola with 5.9 percent, and HTC 4, 8 percent.
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