28 Jan '13, 7am

The #iPhone is no longer considered cool in key Asian cities, while #Android is on the rise.

The iPhone may have lost its luster in Asia, at least in key “trend-setting” cities, according to a Reuters report . Consumers in these cities are experiencing a so-called iPhone fatigue, and are driven to switch to other brands and platforms. This effect is due, in part, to consumers’ “desire to be different” and because of the wide selection of smartphone alternatives. Chief among these is the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 — which is actually a “phablet” or superphone — which offers a mix in convenience and portability between a smartphone and tablet. For some, it’s a matter of standing out from the crowd, but some cite benefits of Android devices, like bigger screens, as a big draw for Android devices. And with cross-platform apps making it easy to switch between platforms without losing data, users have an easier choice, and are not constrained from switching. According to tra...

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