Our latest poll reveals that 37.1 percent of you want a shiny new Samsung
Just over one third of TechWeekEurope readers are keen to get their paws on a Samsung Galaxy S4, although most want smartphones from other manufacturers, according to our latest poll.
Samsung revealed its new flagship smartphone last month, which is due to be released on 26 April, boasting a larger 5-inch Super AMOLED display, 1.9 GHz quad-core processor, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and a 13 megapixel camera.
That feature set was enough to convince 37.1 percent of respondents, but 62.9 percent said they wanted something different.
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Of those, 23.7 percent said they would prefer a different Android handset, including 8.8 percent who said they were happy with their Samsung Galaxy S III or S II and 3.9 percent who were still waiting for a LG Nexus 4.
the mot popular alternative was the iPhone, which secured 16.3 percent of the vote. BlackBerry also had its fans, with 11.2 percent saying that they would prefer a handset from the Canadian manufacturer.
The most popular rival platform was the iPhone, which secured 16.3 percent of the vote followed by BlackBerry, which can count on 11.2 percent of our readers as fans. There was also some love for Windows Phone, which accounted for 7.5 percent of the vote. The remaining 4.2 percent claimed to want something entirely different – Firefox OS perhaps?
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