Thursday, 12 April 2007

Perhaps Nokia users are just easier to please

Robin, our chief technologist (he posts here occasionally as "Eyemags"), has done some interesting research on user voting patterns on eyemags. He's posted the preliminary analysis at the Nokia Forum blogs, but the gist of it is, that when asked to vote on the quality of an Eyemag, Nokia users tend to rank their experience higher than any other handset owners. We've a bunch of theories about this (they have better screens, they can only see the first option, they're more enthusiastic by nature than Samsung owners) but nothing definite. Robin's story also got picked up at the Register in their inimitable nudge-nudge, wink-wink style.

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