Noida, October 28, 2017: A significant proportion -- 44% --of Indian mobile phone users surveyed say they want better battery capacity in their mobile phones -- pointing to the main pain point.
A report released by mobile ad tech company MoMagic Technologies, on buying patterns of mobile phone buyers across India, also reveales that only 8% of the buyers bothered about screen quality.
|With data prices dropping almost every month post the market entry of Reliance Jio and 4G enabled phones also getting cheaper, many Indian buyers have now moved to 4G phones. 56% of the respondents surveyed were using 4G phones, followed by 3G at 34% and just 7% were using 2G.
“4G Mobile internet penetration in India is happening at a rapid pace and at very low price points customers can experience 4G speeds. This has led to faster adoption of customers to shift to shopping on ecommerce apps through mobile phones and this trend will continue to go up,” says Arun Gupta, Founder & CEO of MoMagic Technologies.
The survey also indicated that in spite of low mobile data cost, 41% of the respondents limit data themselves and 28% of them do not either limit or monitor data usage.
As Indian buyers get technologically savvy, mobile processors brand has started to play a key role in their buying decisions. When purchasing a phone, 46 per cent pay attention to a processor brand name while 21 percent reckon phone design and camera quality and only 12 per cent pay attention to screen quality of a smartphone.