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Sep 2 2011 - 12:00pm

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Forty percent of mobile users over 18 in the U.S. owned smartphones in July 2011, according to Nielsen. In Q3 2010, Nielsen reported that 28% of mobile users had smartphones.

As for which smartphones consumers are using, Nielsen found that 40% owned an Android device and 28% used an Apple iOS phone. RIM Blackberry accounted for 19% of consumers.

Nielsen has much more information here.



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I also agree with this statement, and yes, it's true. Consumers would surely prefer to buy new one than the old model. And it's because of the latest features that is only be seen in smart phones. - Dennis Wong

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