User survey reveals iPhone worth $313 to owners on average, Androids command $220
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, who is the resident Apple and mobile industry head there, it seems, has now directed his team to collect data from smartphone users in US and Asia, asking how much is their phone worth to them.
Apple's iPhone users gave a price north of $300, whereas Android owners returned a figure about a $100 less, and in line with what high-ends sell with subsidies on America carriers.
The survey was done by polling about 400 smartphone users, which, while statistically significant, is not that large of a sample, and Android phones span the gamut of price points, from SIM-free $150 units, to $700 handsets, which are sold with subsidies. Here are the survey results neatly presented in the table below: