Which Smartphone Do Consumers Want the Least? [Chart]
A Raymond James survey of consumer smartphone purchasing intent reveals which smartphone customers don't want to buy, reports AllThingsD.
As part of its survey, Raymond James asked respondents what features would make them more likely to buy a new iPhone or an Android or BlackBerry device: Bigger screen? Lower price? Better functionality? But it also offered them the option of saying they would never use a particular device. And plenty of respondents availed themselves of it.
The results? 20% said they would never buy an iPhone, 31% said they'd never buy an Android phone, and 71% said they would never purchase a BlackBerry.