The Third Annual Spb Pocket PC Survey is now underway. Every year this company gathers information about the current Pocket PC community’s status and compares it to the previous survey results.
This year the survey is available in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese languages.
The survey is going on now until November 14. All the statistical results will be publicly available after the survey ends.
All participants will get a collection of five ringtones.
To take the survey, visit the Spb Software House web site.
Spb’s first Survey, conducted in September 2004, gave a picture of the Pocket PC market at that time.
The Second Annual Pocket PC Survey conducted in 2005 uncovered some of the most important changes in the Pocket PC community:
- Users had three times more phone editions than the previous year
- HP’s iPAQ line lost almost a half of its market share in connection with the growing number of Dell Axim and Pocket PC Phone Edition devices
- The average storage card size was 1.16 GB, which was 3.5 times more than a year ago
- 85 percent of Pocket PCs were used to connect to the Internet. It was more important than games.
Full comparative results from the previous surveys can be found on the Spb Software House web site.