Almost half Dutch smartphone users have switched OS

Wednesday 2 July 2014 | 10:16 CET | News
Almost half (45%) of Dutch smartphone users have a different operating system on their current phone than their previous device. Part of them did not choose to switch entirely on their own, according to the latest findings of the Telecompaper Consumer Panel. Many BlackBerry users have switched in the past year to Apple's iOS, while Symbian users have mainly adopted Windows Phone. Over a third (38%) still have their first smartphone; this percentage is higher among older people, where smartphone penetration is still lower. In recent quarters, Android has become more popular and iOS is also

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / BlackBerry / Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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