Your cellphone is what you are made of!

In Not so random posts on September 20, 2010 at 2:20 PM

A recent Australian marketing research company released their findings of correlating cellphone users to their personal traits. This investigation tracked over 20,000 Australians over a year long.  They found that there is a relationship between cellphone users’ income, their attitude towards work and leisure activities, and the cellphone they choose to use, hinting at “your cellphone is what you are made of”.  It is probably safe to judge who you are by a quick glimpse at the brand name cellphone you use. Here are some interesting findings.

* Blackberry users tend to the the wealthiest, averaging an annual salary of  100,000 U.S. dollars. This group of users averages from 35 to 49 years old with hobbies of social gathering, emailing, movie-watching, and video-game playing.

* Sonyerickson users tend to engage in social activities and enjoy fast food.

* iPHONE users indulge in home entertainment. They love house parties and dislike gardening.

* LG cell phone users are young females usually around the age of 14 to 24 who do not really get a hang on how technological devices work.

* Samsung cell phone users tend to be over the age of 50 and average 30,000 as annual income. They dress conservatively, lack adventurous spirit, do not enjoy flying for vacation, use protective case for their cell phone.

* Android cell phone users tend to love birds whereas iPHONE users prefer pet fish (because they are quiet) and they prefer eating chicken (I wonder why……) 

They also explicated the reason why Blackberry users tend to be more financially strong because these users place their focus of life on their career. The market share of Blackberry is higher because of its earlier release date than the other brand name cell phones.

So what you are can be inferred from the cell phone you chose to use. And your usage of your cell phone is a represntation of who you are, what you do, and perhaps your preferred food or eating style. Whether you agree with their findings or not, this information is still pretty  interesting considering nowadays pretty much everyone has a cellphone and probably do a lot of things with it or through it. A piece of info for your thought! Enjoy…


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