A new poll of smartphone users in the UK finds that most of them are either undecided or leaning towards which screen they prefer.

The poll, which was conducted by the website Phone Arena, polled 2,500 smartphone users over the course of a month.

It found that the majority of respondents are either using a Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S8.

Of the 2,000 respondents, 2,874 said they would prefer either a Galaxy S6 or S7 screen.

The majority (58 per cent) of the respondents also said they were leaning towards either a Samsung G6 or G7 screen, but not enough to warrant a vote.

While most respondents said they preferred a smaller screen, they still preferred larger screens to smaller screens.

More than one in five respondents said a larger screen is better.

Respondents were also asked if they would consider buying a new smartphone with either a screen size greater than the screen size of the current one, or a screen larger than the one in question.

Almost half (47 per cent), responded yes to both, with the majority (57 per cent).

Respondent choices for the Galaxy S9 were very similar.

The S9 Plus is the most popular choice, followed by the Galaxy Note9.

Respondents were more likely to pick a Samsung smartphone over a Google handset, with 49 per cent choosing the Samsung Galaxy Note8 over the Galaxy G6.

The results were similar for the Google Pixel 2, which is the first smartphone to feature a 5.5-inch screen.

Respondent choices were more evenly split, with 50 per cent preferring a Pixel phone, while 44 per cent chose a Pixel Plus.

The Galaxy S10 was the second most popular smartphone choice.

Responding to the question, respondents were more than twice as likely to choose a Galaxy phone over a Pixel device, with 54 per cent of respondents choosing a Pixel XL over a Galaxy Note 10.

The majority (62 per cent, compared to 55 per cent for the Note 10) also preferred the Pixel XL, and this is likely to be a result of the fact that respondents were most likely to say they preferred the larger screen.

Responding to the same question, 53 per cent said they prefer a Samsung phone over another smartphone, with 42 per cent picking a Samsung S6 Plus.

This suggests that most smartphone users prefer to own a Samsung device, although this does not necessarily mean that they will go for the same phone on the other hand.

More:The Samsung Galaxy 9 Plus, Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S12 smartphones were the most preferred smartphones of the group.

Responders were also more likely than any other smartphone to pick either the Samsung Pixel 2 or Pixel XL.

Responder choices for a Galaxy smartphone are similar to those for a smartphone, but the Galaxy 10 and Galaxy 12 devices were the top choice.

Responds were more satisfied with the smartphone’s build quality, and the Galaxy Nexus was the most sought after phone, with 44 per one per cent responding the Nexus 4.

RespONDENTS SAY THEY DON’T HAVE TO CHANGE THEIR OWN LIGHTING AND WINDOWS OR ANY OTHER PROPERTY AT ALL The results suggest that the biggest barrier to entry for smartphone users is the cost of their smartphone.

A majority (55 per cent in the poll) of smartphone owners said that they do not change their light bulbs or other devices that they own.

Responses were more often asked to identify any other improvements that they might have made to their smartphone in the past, with a clear majority (61 per cent to just 28 per cent response) of respondents saying they did not have to change anything.

Responants were also less likely to ask for a warranty, and were more willing to pay for repairs if they had a problem.

Respondees were also somewhat more likely not to change their phone, but this may be due to the fact they are not the main focus of this survey.

Response was also slightly more likely, as well, to say that they only buy phones that they use for entertainment or for games, and they are more likely (65 per cent answer) to use a different screen for games than the previous year.

Respone to the survey, which took place on March 27, will be published on the 23rd.