Windows Phone as a smartphone platform expected to succeed. Windows Phone predicted market share continues to increase and would exceed the IOS used Apple's iPhone in 2015.
IDC research institutes in the final survey report states that in 2015 the market share of 20.3 percent of Windows Phone. While only 16.9 percent of the IOS. The largest market share will still be held Android with 43.8 percent.
Estimated market share of Windows Phone is quite surprising given until the end of this year, IDC predicts Windows Phone only controlled 3.8 percent. Android ranked first with 38.9 percent, followed by Nokia Symbian from 20.6 percent, then IOS 18.2 percent.
Still remains the second largest holder apasar Pangs, Nokia has decided to no longer focus on developing Symbian and switch to Windows Phone. However, support for Symbian development will still be maintained at least until 2016.
IDC estimates that as many as 1 billion devices will be distributed in 2015 Smartphone or more than double this year is estimated to 472 million units. The fall in the price per unit cost of handsets and data access are driving demand for smartphones getting cheaper all over the world.