POLL: How long do you hold onto your Android smartphone?
Hey you! Yeah, you. We couldn’t help but notice that shiny Android handset in your hand. How long have you had it? Oh? How long do you plan to keep it?
We’re a point where many of our readers have gotten into their second and third Android smartphones. While some of you like to switch things up every few months, others like to hold on to that handset as long as possible. That’s where today’s poll comes in…
Tell us how long you typically keep your Android before upgrading or moving on. As always, leave your vote and then hit the comments to tell us why. Is it money? Are you fickle? Is it a status symbol to you?
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