Analysis: Windows Phone Approaching the Tomb

New figures from Gartner shocks: less than one percent of smartphones running Windows now on board.

Latest figures from the analysis Institute Gartner’s gloomy reading for Microsoft’s Mobile Division. Of a report on market share, it appears that the Windows operating system only to find one out of 150 on smartphones, equal to 0.7 per cent market share.

The klejne market share represents a substantial decline for Windows ecosystem, which last year mustered nearly quadrupled with 2.5% of the market.

The trend was also reflected in the company’s most recent annual financial statements in which it appeared that the Bill of sale through the past year has fallen by disastrous 73 percent.

In the same study assesses Gartner that global smartphone market grew by 4 percent in the same period. You can read the report at Aparentingblog.com.

Microsoft-Chief continues to believe in the development

Whether Microsoft can get broken Windows Phones the death spiral is unknown. A divestment of the mobile business Nokia for a group of Chinese investors together and a harrowing accounts wounds, however, renewed doubts about Windows ‘ future on smartphones.

Last month shot down Microsoft’s head of Windows and devices, Terry Myerson, rumors about a possible Microsoft-exit on the mobile front. In an internal memo sounded the unequivocal message:

“I can understand, to hear concerns from some partners of Microsoft’s involvement in the mobile telephony sector. Let me make it very clear: We are committed to deliver Windows 10 on mobile devices with small screens, running with ARM processors. We are currently underway with our next generation products, and I would like to reconfirm our commitment to Windows 10 Mobile. ”