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POLL: What's your next Smartphone Platform? [UPDATE] [CLOSED]
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 14.08.09 - 19:12:15 CET under 10 - Polls - Viewed 33325x
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With the latest Gartner figures that said that Windows Mobile loses 2.7 % share of an increasing smartphone market it makes wonder what's your plans for your next smartphone are? This is a pretty dedicated Windows Mobile poll since it only offers upgrade options from Windows Mobile to Windows Mobile, iPhone, Android, Symbian, BlackBerry, webOS or something not further specified.
Please let us know what your next smartphone will be or was, if you purchased one in the past 6 month and your previous smartphone was a Windows Phone.

What is your next Smartphone Platform?

Total votes: 222
OptionVotes%
Windows Mobile -> Microsoft Windows Mobile7935.6
Windows Mobile -> Google Android7533.8
Windows Mobile -> Apple iPhone209
Windows Mobile -> RIM BlackBerry115
Windows Mobile -> Nokia Symbian62.7
Windows Mobile -> Palm webOS209
Windows Mobile -> Something Else (Please specify in the Comments)31.4
Yet undecided (Please specify in the Comments)83.6

As always, please feel free to add your thoughts to the comments bellow.

UPDATE: Unfortunately a fan tried to fake the results by voting 1k times for his preferred platform last night. Therefore we had to erase all the recent votes and have to start from the scratch again. Please vote again (once only please) and I'm really sorry for the inconvenience!

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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