(Slightly) More Canadians want Windows Phone 7 than Android?
File this one under surprising, but Candians are evidently a little more gun-ho about owning Windows Phone 7 than Android, though it's not by much.
In a survey conducted by Delvinia Data Collection for ITBusiness.ca, 9% of the respondents say they plan to buy a WP7 device over 8.8% of those who want Android. Well, last we checked 0.2% is within statistical variation here, so in reality it's more a tie. Having said that, WP7 isn't even out yet and apparently it has as much mindshare as the seemingly exponential popular Android--that has to say something, no?
The poll was conducted on 1,094 participants, aged 18+ and evenly split along gender.
Source: IT Business.ca
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