BlackBerry 10 Interest Surges as iPhone Slips

BlackBerry 10 Interest Surges as iPhone Slips

Despite all of the negative press over the course of the last two years, it doesn’t seem to have made much of a dent. According to the latest YouGov report, BlackBerry 10 interest is surging.

Over the last six months BlackBerry 10 interest went from 18% to 43% since the spring of 2012. Over the same time period, the same number for iPhone owners has slipped from 92% to 85%. Samsung Galaxy owners also increased from 46% to 53%.

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These numbers could reveal consumer buying habits are ever changing. This may be the first time all three mobile ecosystems have been this close in consumer perception. Could it be only up from here for BlackBerry 10?

Source: YouGov

via BGR

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