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Android Smartphones Experience Lower Failure Rates than iPhones, Study Reveals

Softpedia Friday, 19 May 2017
Android Smartphones Experience Lower Failure Rates than iPhones, Study RevealsBlancco Technology Group has just released a study on the State of Mobile Device Performance and Health, revealing that Android smartphones fail fewer times than Apple’s iPhone. The study shows that in the first quarter of 2017, Android smartphones recorded a failure rate of 50%. By contrast, iPhones had a failure rate of 68%, while during the previous quarter, 47% of Android devices experienced various failures, compared to 62% for iOS in the fourth quarter of 2016. The failure rate refers to “devices that had excessive performance issues that could not be resolved,” Blancco’s study reveals. The data was collected from millions of Android and iOS mobile devices that were “were brought into mobile carriers and device manufacturers for diagnostics testing in North America, Europe and Asia during the first quarter of 2017.” Apps on iOS cras...
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