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If we know one thing about our readers, it’s that you use the latest mobile phone platforms and newest gadgets, and you have strong opinions about which devices to buy next. Take our mobile survey to help us identify the next big trends in mobile.

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We know our GigaOM readership isn’t necessarily representative of the broader population (you’re smarter), but we also know that you’re a good leading indicator of where the broader world at large is headed.

This is especially true when it comes to mobile. Our readers use the latest mobile phone platforms and newest gadgets, and have strong opinions on which devices to buy next.

So, please take a moment and help us figure out where things are going by being our leading indicator. We’re fielding a very brief survey for GigaOM and GigaOM Pro to find out what our influential audience is using today and how that could change. We’ll post some of the responses in the coming weeks, so stay tuned!

Click here to take the survey.

  1. This is a great idea to take a massive poll on what device is coming next based on users. Who knows what retailers would pay for information like that!

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  2. surveyed !!!

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    1. Thanks subcorpus!

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  3. “Our readers use the latest mobile phone platforms and newest gadgets, and have strong opinions on which devices to buy next.”

    I certainly fit the latter, but NOT the former. Not as long as I’m stuck with this LG LX350 dumbphone and can’t quite decide whether it’s worth replacing the ol’ HP iPAQ hx4700 with an HTC Touch Pro2 (for NON-PHONE use, I must emphasize). Too bad I can’t find any decent alternatives to Windows Mobile for my uses. (I’ve become very fond of my PocketBreeze + iLauncher Today screen setup, something that I don’t see being replicated on other OSes. Their default PIM suites are also pretty weak sauce until something like Pocket Informant gets installed.)

    Having taken the survey, though, I’ve realized that I’d probably replace my old DS with the 3DS far sooner than I’d replace the hx4700 with any number of pocket computers out there, especially since most of my tech spending is inevitably on core gamer hardware. (My custom-built desktop, E-295C, and hx4700 are the big exceptions, and even out of those, the first one is only as powerful as it is because of my desire to run games on it.)

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  4. nice survey guys,i answered them all according to me.hope you come with something different based on that survey.

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