Weekly poll results: half of users have phones that are 1 or 2 years old

Based on last week’s poll, half of the voters are currently using phones that are a year or two old. But that’s not the average age of a phone and that average may be growing – going forward, half of users will have a phone that’s 3 years or younger.

Let’s start with the first question we asked – how old is your current phone? The top answer was “1-year-old”, which suggests that a lot of people upgraded recently. There’s more evidence of that in the other charts too, but we’ll get to those.

Beyond a year, it’s a fairly even split between 2-year-old and 3-year-old phones. There is a…

​ Based on last week’s poll, half of the voters are currently using phones that are a year or two old. But that’s not the average age of a phone and that average may be growing – going forward, half of users will have a phone that’s 3 years or younger.

Let’s start with the first question we asked – how old is your current phone? The top answer was “1-year-old”, which suggests that a lot of people upgraded recently. There’s more evidence of that in the other charts too, but we’ll get to those.

Beyond a year, it’s a fairly even split between 2-year-old and 3-year-old phones. There is a…   Read More GSMArena.com – Latest articles 

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