Users who do not have enough storage space on their phones do not like this situation very much. Especially as storage increases, phone prices increase, making devices with less storage more preferred.
According to the report published by Counterpoint; Brands such as Huawei, Xiaomi, and Oppo offered devices with high storage capacity at a more affordable price, allowing users to turn to these brands.
High storage is preferred in smartphone selection
Apple offers a higher storage capacity on average. However, the high price of the phones prevents the sale of these devices somewhat. Looking at the graph published in the report, it seems that more affordable options are getting very close to Apple, surpassing Apple by offering about 150 GB of storage on Huawei’s phones, which were once embargoed by Donald Trump.
When we look at Samsung, it is the first detail that stands out that it lags slightly behind its competitors in this regard. While its competitors sell an average of 100 GB of over-storage devices, it seems that Samsung has not been able to pass this band. Samsung’s high storage is said to be due to a desire to bring more attention-grabbing features on the consumer side, rather than in this area.
Other topics shared in the report are as follows:
The battery capacity of the phones sold has also been revealed. In 2019 and 2020, the capacity of the best-selling phones ranges from 3000 to 3999 mAh. Battery capacity from 4000 to 4999 mAh appears to be on the rise in 2020 compared to 2019.
The battery capacity of the phones sold has also been revealed. The choice of 6 to 6.49-inch screens topped both years. Phones ranging from a 4.5 to 5.45-inch screen are going down; Phones with a 6.5 to 6.99-inch screen appear to sell more.
The RAM capacity of the phones sold has also been revealed. In 2020, it seems that the device with almost 2 GB of RAM is no longer available. Although the choice of 2 GB to 4 GB is frequently preferred in both years, devices with a capacity of 4 GB to 8 GB of RAM are on the rise in 2020.
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