Whenever ChangeWave Research runs a survey about smartphones, we always like to take a look at the results to see how Android sales compare to the iPhone. The latest results are not that shocking to me, as it shows that the hype of the iPhone 4 is now dying down — so is Android now better than Apple’s smartphone?
Slash Lane from Apple Insider explains that the survey shows that more consumers who wish to purchase a new smartphone are now turning to Android, not by much, but still enough to show that our love affair with the new fourth-generation device is now wavering.
OK, so we know that in the results 38 percent said that they would purchase an iPhone 4 compared to 37 percent for and Android based smartphone. However, it does prove that Apple no longer has that huge gap that it once used to enjoy.
So is Android finally going to take over in sales? I still think that people underestimate Apple — yes sales are dwindling, but they only launch one handset per year and is on only one carrier in the U.S.?
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