A recent survey published by Nielsen reveals that Android, BlackBerry, and iPhone are among the most popular phones in the U.S., with iPhone and BlackBerry leading the pack with 27 percent market share each and Android not too far off with 23 percent and Windows Mobile capturing 14 percent. What’s interesting about the survey is that the male gender prefers Android over the iPhone and its iOS operating system (33 percent for Android versus 29 percent for iOS) and that women were more interested in iOS (31 percent to 23 percent). Overall, though, the iPhone seems to be leading the pack with 35% those who are looking into purchasing a new phone preferring an iPhone while 28% are choosing Android.
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