Survey finds Android loyalty in US poor

imageIn a recent survey of 2,000 consumers, Robert W. Baird analyst William Power found 77% of current iPhone users were planning to buy another iPhone, while only 48 percent of Android users would buy a new Android phone.

17% of Android users were looking at buying an iPhone, leaving 35% of Android users up for grabs.

Only 2% of current Blackberry owners were planning to buy a new Blackberry on their next purchase.

They survey found 39% of potential smartphone buyers were eligible for an upgrade at present, with a further 6% becoming eligible in the next 3 months, making the upcoming holiday season the prime time to grab customers.

AT&T is expected to release Windows Phone 8 handsets from HTC, Samsung and Nokia in Q4, while Verizon is also rumoured to be aggressively pushing a similar number of Windows Phones this holiday season.  Additionally carriers are rumoured be actively pushing buyers away from iPhones, which may once again boost the Windows Phone platform in USA.

Do our readers think Microsoft has an opportunity to grab a percentage of iPhone and Android buyers this holiday season? Let us know below.


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