60 per cent men think phone is first item people notice about them
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More than 60 per cent of men say the first thing people notice about them is their phone.
According to a new study, just 38 per cent of women believe the same thing, the New York Daily News reported.
The poll conducted by media company Vuclip, surveyed more than 120,000 people in more than 15 countries and found that only a few male respondents said that people first scope out their car, their watch or their clothing, but the majority answered that their phone attracts most of the attention.
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