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2016 was terrible for Windows Phone even through there was three new flagships. After Microsoft discontinued Lumia line up, it started losing shares.

Windows Phone’s market share remained stagnant, at 1.76% market share, up 0.01% from 1.75% in November. When taking into account margin of error, market share is more likely to have fallen.

While, market share of Windows 10 Mobile declined by 0.01% from 0.40% to 0.39%.

2016 was not good for Windows Phone. Do you think if it has a chance in 2017. Let us know.