Captainkrtek · Oct 14, 2010 at 09:00 am

Windows Phone 7 Poll: Results

After our previous post encouraging people to go vote, only 3 days later we have some results and it is quite interesting. As of 18:30 PDT we have 1567 Votes total.

  • The total for Yes was 565 votes which was 36%.
  • As for No, it was 482 votes which was 30%.
  • For Maybe it was pretty high at 375 votes and 23%.
  • And lastly Unsure with the least at 145 votes which made up 9%.

We are pretty sure these results will change in the coming month with more details to arise. And once devices get in the hands of developers, we would expect and increase in sales and market attitude.

After seeing some of the comments, people seem uncertain about the OS due to not actually using it yet. We have already gotten hands on with a device late last month thanks to a source and it seemed to be pretty good.


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