Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Morgan Stanley expects 37 million Windows Phone Nokia smartphones sold in 2012, 6 million from HTC!

With a good selection of smartphones on the way, Windows Phone is ready to take a significant market share of smartphones in the world, this at least according to Morgan Stanley analyst.

The analyst expects that Nokia will sell as many as 37 million smartphones in 2012, Windows Phone, HTC will reach 6 million, bringing the total to 43 million Windows Phone sold by these companies. Excluded from this count are Samsung, LG, Acer and ZTE, so the total number of smartphones sold should be even higher.  In 2012, according to analysts will be 600 million smartphones sold well, so if the prediction proves true of Stanley, Windows Phone would have a market share of between 7 and 10% at year-end, considering only the handsets from HTC and Nokia .  

The Windows Phone Nokia smartphones should increase from 23 million in 2012 to 64 million in 2013, similar growth of HTC, which according to the analyst, will increase from 6 million to 10 million in 2013, bringing a total of 74 million smartphones sold in 2013 by the two companies.

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