The war is turned on in U.S in the smartphone realms & this isn’t for the first or second ranks, not for now. Google or Apple are obviously in battle field for grabbing the throne but now the true concerned place for war is third position. Presently, it seems like there might be some change in the initial places.
“Microsoft Windows Phone overtook BlackBerry OS to become the third largest smartphone platform in the influential United States market during Q4 2012,” marked Strategy Analytics. “It was the first time Microsoft has surpassed BlackBerry since 2006.” Possibly if turned true, this shouldn’t be unusual. When observed, BlackBerry sales are at its bottom line in this decade. Sales are stretching down tightly from few times. Plus, BlackBerry is highly renowned that it strategized to release BB 10 in February end. BB fans know will wait for its latest released devices to come on selling grounds. Similarly, Windows Phone 8 was also launched with 50% of new devices. Loud & powerful smartphones like Nokia Lumia 920, HTC 8X, went on sale in late 2012 with aggressive price terms. Therefore few sources suggested that WP8 sales have been excessively powerful. Data received from AdDuplex suggest that in 3 months or so from its launch, there are currently more active WP8 users than WP7. Assuming that WP7 is in grounds for more than 2 years, which is a high data acquisition fronts.
May be, this would not last for long, though. With BlackBerry 10 touching U.S. stores in March, BlackBerry’s reviving times starts in full. Initial BB10 smartphone, the Z10, has experienced simple start-up demand in other markets, even more than some WP8 devices. In May or June, BB can be expected to give tough fights to these Microsoft’s hardware.