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Old 06-21-2011, 06:07 PM
Brad Adrian
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I think that historically most Windows Phones haven't had cameras that were anything special, so those users tend to have an additional camera available (and I'd argue that there's a higher percentage of power users in the Windows group, too, and they'd tend to have an additional, high-res camera.). I also think that the typical iPhone user really does consider his/her device an all-in-one and relies upon its built-in camera.

The data also isn't too surprising when you realize that it shows the percentage of USERS. The percentage of photos would probably be as highly stacked in favor of the iPhone, though, because people tend to take more pics when their camera's always at their side.
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