@himanshugupta, In terms of Windows, the analyst sad "Windows Phone continues to slowly build its global footprint, and growth is expected to outpace the market throughout the forecast period. In 2014, volumes are expected to grow 29.5% over 2013, reaching 43.3 million shipments. This momentum is expected to continue into 2015, reaching 65.9 million units, continuing on to 115.3 million in 2018. It is somewhat unclear what Microsoft has in store for its recent acquisition of Nokia, but an additional positive is the number of new OEM partners recently announced. At Microsoft's Build conference this year, the company announced a number of key features that had been visibly absent from the platform in the past. If more OEMs get behind the platform, and device portfolios continue to scale the cost spectrum, Windows Phone can continue to gain momentum."
I'm not sure who "Other" is.
If you want to see more on this: http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS24857114
Windows? I am not really sure about it. It's Android all the way with the look of things. While Apple's iOS may need to shake up things a little bit to stand the competition against the Android in world markets.
Mobile markets race - two-horse race in near future?
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