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Earth Day survey: Do Phone Users Want Environmentally Friendly Phones?

Apple, and manufacturers of Android smartphones, have been busy in terms of recent launches, giving their prospective user bases devices that really push green credentials. As initiatives like Apple’s “Green Bonds” and Samsung’s ditching single-use plastics demonstrate, manufacturers are seeking ways to cut carbon emissions and increase neutrality.

But do smartphone buyers actually care? SellCell’s survey of 3000-plus smartphone users comparing the views of about 1,500 iPhone users and 1,500 android users, shows that fans of both ecosystems do care, and the majority of people would be willing to pay for more environmentally friendly smartphones. (SellCell is a site for selling used smartphones.)

Not only that, but phone users will sell an iPhone or Android device when they upgrade, and will also consider buying a refurbished smartphone rather than a factory-sealed device.

Key findings from the SellCell report:

Article provided with permission from AppleWorld.Today
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