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iPhone 5 Customers Loyal Choice or Adopting Android

When it comes to mobile phone loyalty, are you loyal to say Android or Apple? This is a question that pops up all the time, and many customers do have loyalty so we will give you a few details then ask you a poll question at the end.

According to the latest survey carried out by UBS Investment Research, Apple customers are the most loyal with 89 percent of customers sticking with Apple. HTC came in at 39 percent loyalty, RIMM at 33%, Samsung 28%, Motorola 25% and Nokia at only 24%.

The most staggering findings may be a little shocking for some, when it comes to the software side of things 55 percent of customers will stick with the Google Android platform, this next bit may be a little shocking for current Android users because 31 percent of Android customers said that they would switch to the Apple iPhone.

Does this mean that a few Android users will leave in favour of the iPhone 4S or iPhone 5? Apple Insider Says, “In fact, when looking solely at consumers who plan to switch smartphone makers, Apple is a huge net beneficiary. More than 50 percent of those looking to switch plan to buy an iPhone, while just 10 percent of switchers plan to ditch the iPhone.”

The iPhone 5 and possibly the iPhone 4S is expected to be announced at WWDC 2011 October 4, this is one of the most hyped smartphones on web that no one knows anything about. We can suggest specs, release dates etc but unless Apple speaks up it will all remain on the rumour mill for now.

We here at Phones Review would like to know our readers a little more, it is ok doing these surveys but we would like to conduct the same with you.

Below we have started a poll with a question and all you need to do is click the relevant answer field. Please click only one, if you have anything you wish to say on the above please do use the commenting area provided below.

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4 thoughts on “iPhone 5 Customers Loyal Choice or Adopting Android”

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    Anonymous says:

    Actually, I’m not loyal to any phone or OS to a fault. Android simply has more of the features I want, and integrates seamlessly with all of the Google services I have already been using for years. The only reason I didn’t start out with an iPhone (back before Android was available) is because it was only on the AT&T network, and they had no signal here in Big Red territory where I live. By the time Verizon got the iPhone, I was already using an Android phone, and I had realized that with iPhone’s restrictions, Android was a far better choice for me, anyway.

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    Anonymous says:

    Actually, I’m not loyal to any phone or OS to a fault. Android simply has more of the features I want, and integrates seamlessly with all of the Google services I have already been using for years. The only reason I didn’t start out with an iPhone (back before Android was available) is because it was only on the AT&T network, and they had no signal here in Big Red territory where I live. By the time Verizon got the iPhone, I was already using an Android phone, and I had realized that with iPhone’s restrictions, Android was a far better choice for me, anyway.

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    Tony Court says:

    I’d say you need more options. I’m a Nokia user and its obvious that the app makers have been totally uninterested in Symbian since Android came on the scene. The quality and choice of Symbian apps is appalling.
    When my upgrade is due I’ll not be going for the over-hyped, half-useless Apple product it will have to be an Android phone.
    The question is…. which one? 🙂

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    Vanillakernel says:

    The chart would more accurate to use the Operating Systems only.  Between the 2, Android and iOS, Android smokes the iOS in every way

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