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Android users drink the most, BlackBerry users earn big and iPhone users are ambitious
The DailyMail has posted up the results of a recent TalkTalk Mobile study and the results may surprise you. The study compared over 2,000 BlackBerry, iPhone and Android users to determine how their choice of device related to their personality.
Users were asked about their smartphone as well as personality, habits and job. The results were interesting to say the least.
BlackBerry users were found to be the biggest earners as well as send the most texts and make the most calls. iPhone owners rated themselves the most vain, most ambitious and most well-traveled. Android users round out the list being the most creative as well as those who drink the most.
Here are the full results of the study:
- Earn the most
- Industries: Finance, property and health
- Put in the least hours at work
- Make the most calls and send the most texts
- Have the most long term relationships
- Drink the most tea and coffee
- Are the most social
- Are the least punctual
- Eat out the most
- Have the most friends
- Characteristics: Loud, bubbly
- Rate themselves most attractive.
- Most ambitious.
- Most successful.
- Hardest worker.
- Thinks their boss rates them highly.
- Industry: Media darlings.
- Work late the most- five times a month.
- Most active on social media.
- Most well-travelled.
- Spend the most on clothes and grooming each year.
- Characteristics: Confident, ambitious, daring, bright, flirty
- Most creative.
- Best cooks.
- Most polite.
- Industries: Culture and sport
- Put in the longest hours at work
- Watch the most TV
- Drink the most
- Characteristics: Shy, quiet, relaxed, introvert, calm
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