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Nielsen Survey: Men Choose Android, Women Want iPhone

December 2, 2010 No Comments

It appears that all those brawny Droid ads that Verizon has been playing has resulted in some Droid rage among buyers.

Men like Android, women prefer iPhone

According to a recent Nielsen survey, there seems to be a clear gender gap when it comes to choosing from different mobile platform.

The survey found that of the 9,200 Americans surveyed, Android was the most-desired for men (33% choosing it), followed by the iPhone at 29%.

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