Do you plan to buy a Windows 10 Mobile smartphone? (poll results)

Do you plan to buy a Windows 10 Mobile smartphone? (poll results)
Last week, we published a poll asking you about your feelings towards buying an upcoming Windows 10 Mobile smartphone. We didn't randomly choose last week to do this. We did it because Acer announced no less than three Windows 10 Mobile handsets at IFA 2015 (Jade Primo, Liquid M320, and Liquid M330), while French gadget maker Archos recently unveiled its first Windows 10 Mobile smartphone: the 50 Cesium. Moreover, rumors have it that Microsoft will soon release its own handsets running Windows 10 Mobile, with the high-end Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL probably leading the pack.

Our poll received the votes of nearly 3,000 users, with almost half (1,421, or 47.41%) saying that they're planning to buy a Windows 10 Mobile smartphone at some point. 936 voters (31.23%) are not interested in getting a device running Microsoft's newest mobile OS, while 640 voters (21.35%) are not yet sure if they'd want to get one - which is understandable, as the first Windows 10 Mobile smartphones may not be released before November.

In case you weren't around when the poll was still active, you can use the comments section to tell us if you're planning to buy a Windows 10 Mobile handset or not (eventually, let us know which smartphone is of interest to you).

Do you plan to buy a Windows 10 Mobile smartphone?

Yes
47.41%
No
31.23%
Not sure yet
21.35%


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