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Asked about possible changes slated for the new iPhone, 79 percent believe the screen will be larger, while 68 percent think the phone will be thinner and lighter. Looking at the potential cost, 51 percent of those polled believe the new phone's starting price will be $199, the same as the iPhone 4S. But 20 percent think it could cost $249 and close to another 20 percent say it may cost as much as $299 to start. "When it comes to smartphones, Apple's iPhone remains the leader," Yung Trang, president and editor in chief of TechBargains.com, said in a statement. "What is interesting to note is the survey indicated that one in five Android owners and almost 40 percent of BlackBerry owners plan to ditch their current platform for the iPhone. This could be construed as a commentary on consumer dissatisfaction with Android and Blackberry products or simply a message that the iPhone's user experience remains unparalleled."Apple will hold a launch event on September 12 in which it's expected to unveil the next iPhone. Recent reports say that the new phone go on sale on September 21.

Conducted on TechBargains' Web site, the survey captured results from 1,332 respondents, Almost three out of four current iPhone 4 owners plan to buy design series case for apple iphone 7 - translucent/dream the next-generation iPhone, says a poll conducted by TechBargains.com, The next iPhone device, which many are calling the iPhone 5, is being eyed by a hefty number of iPhone 4 owners, A full 74 percent of iPhone 4 owners will upgrade to the next iPhone, according to survey results out today from deal site TechBargains, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..

The new Nokia devices will apparently be called the Lumia 920 and 820; the 920 will have a 4.5-inch screen, a 1.5GHz dual-core chip, some form of Nokia's PureView camera technology and also include wireless charging, while the presumably cheaper 820 will have a 4.3-inch screen. We'll find out what Nokia's unboxing for sure tomorrow afternoon, so stay tuned to CNET UK for all the news as we get it. Also covered on this week's show, news that UK mobile operator Orange and never-never purveyor Barclaycard have named the first Android phone that will be compatible with their Quick Tap contactless payment service.

Quick Tap lets you use a phone to pay for stuff worth up to £20 in shops that accept contactless payments, just by swiping your handset over a reader, Quick Tap previously worked with phones running Samsung's Bada OS, But the Android-based Samsung Galaxy S3 will be added to the line-up tomorrow -- making what's already a very full featured phone even more functional, Even better, Orange will give you £50 of credit, Another news story that tickled our Phone News fancy is the BBC's announcement that it's updated its on-demand TV app, iPlayer, design series case for apple iphone 7 - translucent/dream to allow owners of Apple iPhones and iPads to download stuff to watch when they're not online, rather than always having to stream content over Wi-Fi or 3G..

iPod touch owners can also get in on the downloads action -- which goes live from today. So if you always wanted to take the cast of EastEnders to the beach with you, now you can. What do you think of Phone News? Tell us your views on the show -- or any of the news stories covered -- in the comments below, or drop us a line over on our Facebook page. Natasha takes a gander at what Nokia and Microsoft might be getting ready to unbox at their joint press conference tomorrow. Welcome once again to Phone News -- CNET UK's quasi-weekly peek at the shiniest things pinging their way into the great big notification tray in the sky.