3 Reasons Why Women Should Adopt Android


As opposed to a recent survey which says iPhone is ideal for women and Android is what most men choose.

I’m sure I’ve read something like this long ago, but the survey done by Neilsen has surfaced again which states that women prefer the iPhone as their smartphone purchase, while men are likely to choose a Google Android OS based phone. Now while we at Techtree aren’t anti-feminists and definitely don’t think that women aren’t geeky enough to sport an Android phone, numbers apparently don’t lie. So, while the trend suggests women biting the Apple more than wanting to hold the Robot hand, here are three reasons why we think Android phones are better than an iPhone for the fairer sex:

1) The hardware QWERTY keyboard – Women love to communicate; at least most of those I know do. And not all would be comfortable with tapping their pointy-nailed fingers on the iPhone’s capacitive touchscreen (that ironically needs the actual finger to touch the surface). Fortunately, a good number of Android phones come with an actual keyboard, which many women may love to type on.

2) They come in cute shapes and sizes – The iPhone, although being an iconic symbol and sporting a cool look, is limited to its brick-like form factor. Some Android phones on the other hand are so very tiny and petite, they can easily fit a compact purse (or a tight jeans pocket, if I dare to imagine any better). Some recent ones even come with cool sliding mechanisms.

3) They’re cost effective – Not all college-going girls can convince their daddies (or mommies) to part with Rs. 35,000 for their iPhone. Nor do many women want to spend that big an amount on a cellphone. Fortunately, Android phones come in all price ranges – from bang-for-the-buck to the expensive ones. To give you a random example, phones like the LG Optimus P500 have almost similar internals to an iPhone 3G, but cost a fair Rs. 13,000.

So, to all the women readers, are do you agree?

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This post was submitted by Mudit Agrawal.

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