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Smartphones are the most wannabe gifts and super cool gadgets offering more advanced computing ability and connectivity than a contemporary basic feature phone. The blackberry was the 1st brand to take smartphone ahead in its business league while the iPhone from Apple bought hell lot of apps that could run almost any productive service in the complete operating system software providing a platform for application developers . And now android – being Google backed OS , the latest addiction among smartphone users . Here is an infographic that depicts the style and attitude of the smartphone users of how them see themselves and people using smartphones of another brand 🙂


Android :

The Google Android mobile operating system is currently on a rise and here is why it might be the number one smartphone OS :

  • Google backs Android, a major pipeline for its cloud services and the reason Android is improving rapidly .
  • Android is open source , making it easier to quickly gain developers’ support.
  • Now samsung models support Android platform which only htc used to support and possibility that more and more manufacturers will support android .


Blackberry :

The BlackBerry started out as a business device and is the most common phone believed to be “only for businessmen” but now everyone can afford it . And it appeals to a broader consumer audience . Its coolest features being best email platform,  remote monitoring and security and  fantastic battery life . With more new handsets and features it can be more powerful than ever .

The  iPhone :

The iPhone is the in-thing and hasn’t stopped IT pros from flocking to it. Also being consumer-focused device with largest number of applications than android + blackberry combined ! The iPhone is a hot selling phone , the iOS [Apple’s OS ] is easy to navigate, consumer friendly, and simplistic . The latest iPhone 4  gives you the capability of multi tasking which is more cooler than other two smartphones . Certainly improving on a vast scale to rock the world of  smartphones .

Too bad , the infographic does not covers palm OS which is almost as dead as dodo 😀

Which will you choose?

35 thoughts on “Infographic – iPhone vs Android vs Blackberry

  1. Reply lawmacs Dec 30,2010 1:14 pm

    You hit the nail on the had at the moment i owned an iphone but looking at the blackberry you are right blackberry was mostly used by business man but now it is available to everyone and is gaining in popularity. Nice comparison have a wonderful holiday.

    • Reply Ajinkya Dec 30,2010 6:44 pm

      Thanks a lot for commenting here lawmacs 🙂
      Cool you owned an iphone , i think i am going for android one 😉
      and a happy holidays !

  2. Reply Jasmine Jan 4,2011 12:46 am

    I love my iPhone but my mom swears by her Blackberry. She has had it since it first came out (being a buisiness owner herself). I love that I can have all the apps and music. Oh and your little cartoon is hilarious. I’m not one for popularity, I just want a phone that fits my priorities.

  3. Reply Satyajit@SecurityHunk Jan 6,2011 12:03 am

    I got my new iphone last week but what i guess i am seen in good eyes in my friend circle…lol 😀 nyways nice infographic

    Thanks for sharing… 🙂

  4. Reply Spokane Office Movers Jan 17,2011 11:17 pm

    I wasn’t aware that Blackberry use is growing. I thought that the Android/iPhone far outstripped it in popularity.

  5. Reply vijay | bayofblog Jan 18,2011 1:52 pm

    In my opinion android is growing well and most of the high range smart phones made by ‘Android’ platform and the popularity of ‘symbian’ is slightly declined by’android’ these days…

  6. Reply silpada Jan 18,2011 9:30 pm

    I am lover of blackberry because its battery time as I have to use phone for long business calls and for email purposes.

  7. Reply SEO Services India Jan 19,2011 5:56 pm

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  8. Reply Cheap Logo Design Jan 20,2011 2:01 pm

    LOL!!! Love this info graph which is totally 80% correct.
    Thanks for share.

  9. Reply Florida Jan 24,2011 11:07 am

    That is a pretty funny infographic. I’ve never cared for Blackberry but the iOS and Android phones are very nice. I don’t think Blackberry is going to go away for a long time but I think iOS and Android are going to convert a lot of Blackberry users to their phones because of the amount of success of these two mobile operating systems and the amount of mobile software development that has occurred in the last few years for iOS and Android.

  10. Reply tim Jan 24,2011 11:32 am

    i personally more like google’s system lol

  11. Reply Home delivery Mumbai Jan 25,2011 1:25 pm

    I have Blackberry curve 8530 this is 3G with full wi-fi and GPS or blackberry is the leading smart phone device solution.This is best for the business purpose.

    Thanks for your knolwledge

  12. Reply ipad apps uk Jan 25,2011 4:15 pm

    great article and love the graphics cool way to explain

  13. Reply Amr Boghdady Jan 26,2011 3:55 am

    BlackBerry’s use is really on the rise here in Egypt. Specially cause of the BlackBerry messenger, with all mobile carriers here in Egypt offering very cheap subscription plans to it!
    It’s become the new addiction to all teens here!

  14. Reply Parekh Jan 30,2011 11:38 am

    Smartphones give you the technological edge since it’s backed up by Android OS, which is Open Source. What does that mean? There are so many applications out there that can be loaded to your Smartphone. I admit, iPhone is pretty but to optimize it, you need to spend more to have the applications you want (at least, majority of it).

  15. Reply Swapnil Jan 31,2011 4:22 am

    BlackBerry users are true T-Rex’s.

  16. Reply sem media Feb 3,2011 2:38 pm

    What a graphic comparison i like it
    keep posting

  17. Reply fred loya insurance Feb 12,2011 9:11 am

    I am regular user of blackberry and never try to explore any other service. Have full confidence on this service.

  18. Reply hotels in mahabaleshwar Feb 19,2011 6:57 pm

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  19. Reply financial planner training Feb 23,2011 2:56 pm

    Your concept of comparison is very smart. It sounds very nice. I like your comparison post. It is very awesome.

  20. Reply Maria Pavel Feb 24,2011 3:23 am

    Sincerely I would choose the iPhone because I used it and I seen how great it is. The iPhone 4 is also multi-tasking like you said, and that makes it even more cooler than the other two, just like you said. Also, the iPhone in my opinion has a bigger community than the other two, the iPhone is much… cool I guess.

    Best regards,


  21. Reply bilal@domain name registration Mar 7,2011 1:25 pm

    Thanks for sharing this informative list.I agree with you blackberry is used as a business mobile now but after few months i think iphone will take the charge from blackberry soon

  22. Reply reehasmith@ louis vuitton replica handbags Mar 7,2011 8:36 pm

    nice comparison….i always prefer blackberry bcoz it is very beneficial for businessman,s .and i have to do many mails and other work while traveling also

  23. Reply Tim@Whoelsale Channel Letters Mar 10,2011 3:07 pm

    Nice article. I liked the image used in the post. Though this difference between iphone, blackberry and android is interesting. But i still in love with blackberry.

  24. Reply Tony Mar 15,2011 9:33 pm

    I never used BlackBerry before, so there’s no experience about that one for review. I liked iOS more than Android because the design very smooth, however Android have many apps that can help you done everything with your phone.

  25. Reply Elaia@Hosted dialer Mar 17,2011 8:18 am

    Nice way of comparing both gadgets. I have my very on Iphone but have plans of buying a Blackberry… Get’s me thinking! Thanks!

  26. Reply Tim Mar 24,2011 11:43 am

    Very nice comparison. I like it. However, i’m an android user.

  27. Reply Rajesh Chaukwale Apr 10,2011 9:05 am

    I loved the infographic… Awesome job. And you’ve pointed out rightly: Android can really become a major OS in near future. Iphone, according to me, is the best phone today.

  28. Reply Samantha Dermot Apr 21,2011 4:20 am

    It’s great that you discussed all of these. My cousin needs all of these details because he’s planning to buy iPhone4 than to upgrade his blackberry phone. I want to help him decide so I must discuss all to him.

  29. Reply Michael May 5,2011 4:22 pm

    Blackberry and iPhone are the most commonly used here but I personally like having an android phone. For me it’s much better than owning the two. I just like the free apps too.

  30. Reply Michelle @ Trade Mark May 10,2011 4:51 pm

    I like android the most and i am using it too.

  31. Reply Jamal@broccoli soup Aug 4,2011 9:14 am

    I am user of iPhone and fully satisfied by this phone. I know that this phone belong to one of the world costly brand but my complete interest is in this phone.

  32. Reply Andrew Clarke@reverse mortgage prime lending Oct 13,2011 5:02 am

    The competition amongst smartphones today has never been healthier. The rate of new technology being incorporated in these phones have never been this fast. This is a great time for all of us because we are the ones who benefit from these innovations, obviously. We’re so fortunate.

  33. Reply Doris Dec 5,2011 11:38 am

    Well, I vote to Apple. With more carriers and more devices released, Apple will beat Android. And with iOS 5 equipped, a better iPhone can draw more attention. The last reason is that rumors flies that Apple will release a low-end iPhone lite. If so, the sales will boom for sure.

  34. Reply Manuscript Assessment Service Feb 24,2012 12:32 pm

    Nice one. And i belongs to Android category. The best one.

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