The most popular mobile platform–according to those polled–is Android, with 35 percent (among smartphone owners), followed by iPhone and BlackBerry
with 24 percent, and Palm and Windows below 10 percent. Pew notes, “Android phones are especially common among
young adults and African Americans, while iPhones and BlackBerry devices are most prevalent among college graduates and the financially well-off.”
The results are based on a national bilingual telephone survey of 2,277 adults. A total of 1,522 interviews were conducted by landline phone, and 755 interviews were conducted by cell phone.
(Credit: Pew Research Center)