Can you blame ‘em? If you bought into a two-year contract a little more
than two years ago, possibly because of shortcomings in the first iPhone
(a perfectly reasonable decision), you would have been watching with
jealous eye the introduction of the 3G, the 3GS, and the launch and
growth of the App Store.
I wouldn’t blame you if you wanted to change. BlackBerry makes some excellent handsets and has a unique value
proposition, but if I’m honest, I think they’ve progressed even less in
the last couple years than the iPhone has.
really, even if you love BlackBerry, if you want a versatile touchscreen
phone, are you really
going to go with a Storm?This
is according to a study by Crowd Science
, in which it is also
revealed that 32% of BB users would be cool with trading in for a Nexus
One. Dangerous info all around, then. Of course, that also means that
60% of BB users want to stick with RIM, which is probably more than US
Symbian users or feature-phone people aching to make the jump to
What are you going to buy ?