Four Android phones surpass the iPhone 5 in U.S. satisfaction

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Motorola Atrix and Droid Razr HD, HTC Rezound 4G and Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to win Apple smartphone, which nevertheless retains the top spot for the brand.

Although generally the Apple device users are satisfied with their smartphones, iPhone supremacy begins to be threatened.  Android smartphones are becoming more popular and recently, four of them have reached a higher position than the iPhone in a survey of user satisfaction in the United States, published by The Next Web .

The mobile research company On Device Research conducted a survey of satisfaction with mobile devices among mobile users and 320,000 tablets in six countries. In the U.S., the Motorola Atrix HD won the top spot among smartphones, with a score of 8, 57. Quite an achievement for a device considered low price: $ 50 with 2 year contract with AT & T.

 Then come three Android phones: the Motorola Droid Razr M (8.5), the HTC Rezound 4G (8.32), and Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (8.26). All of them ahead of the iPhone 5, ranked fifth with a note of satisfaction of 8.23.

However, Apple continues to rank first as a trademark in the U.S., followed closely by Google with its Nexus devices. Rounding out the top five, Motorola is third, while HTC and Nokia are tied for fourth. Samsung has dropped to 13th place, even under BlackBerry.

 

 

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The surprising data show a trend of smartphone users find “good enough”. That is, most of them will be happy that a cheap device that fulfills its function, instead of moving forward to a better performing, along the lines of “more for less”.

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