If you intend to buy a smartphone in the next three months, what brand will it be?
There’s an excellent poll taking place at the moment on LinkedIN asking that very question. Yuo can find that here.
We’re keeping a close eye on the results and what’s fascinating is that (as of 23rd Feb at 11.30am at least), of the 1800+ people who have taken part, 34% have answered “Android.” This isn’t too far behind the iPhone’s 38%.
If you haven’t taken part yet, go along and cast your vote. A great poll!
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