How much does it cost to replace a smartphone? Price is more important than functionality and brand – Yahoo! News
The smart device brand OPPO (Ogre Japan, Tokyo) conducted a survey on smartphone replacement from May 18th to 19th, targeting 800 men and women in their 20s to 40s (400 men and 400 women) nationwide. went to
Regarding the frequency of replacing smartphones, the most common answer was “3 years or more and less than 5 years” at 50.0%. It is clear that 16.8% of people will not replace their smartphones for a longer period of time, and 2 out of 3 people have been using the same smartphone for 3 years or more.
The average replacement cycle is 39.1 months, or 3 years and 3 months.There are many people who will buy a new one when they have no choice but to buy a new one.occupied.
Reasons for refraining from replacement are:“Because I need a large amount of expenses” (54.6%) tops, “Because I want to continue using a familiar terminal” (46.1%) ranked second. “Economic reasons” are also included in the points to emphasize when replacingNearly half of respondents emphasized “low price” over “functionality” and “brand”is doing.
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Unlike the old days, I think it has become a terminal that does not feel stress even if you continue to use it.
Ideally, there is no limit, but I don’t feel any inconvenience with the current model.
It’s a pain to reinstall the app or change settings.
If it has a certain level of performance, it doesn’t matter if it’s a little old
If it lasts for 3 years, it will be in tatters
Performance is so good that I no longer need to replace it.
It got better just by replacing the battery.
It’s the end of intensifying competition
Considering that, I think that the cospa of the Garake was good.
If you think of it as just a phone, you can use it for a long time without worrying about the end of support for the OS.
If you feel that the battery life is getting worse, you can switch to a spare machine and replace it with a model with good cost performance at that time.
Around 3 years
Even if it can be used for a long time, it is troublesome to stop providing the OS. Since it’s mainly a tablet, I don’t have any problems with the iPhone8plus, but it looks like it’ll be abandoned in the next update.haha
Replace it when the OS support runs out.
The iPhone, which seems to be expensive and has a long OS support period, is an option.
I changed from the original SE to SE3 for the first time in 6 years, but now that prices have risen, I feel like I’m back in the era of using luxury items for a long time.
Well two years.
If you’re using an iPhone, it’s good to resell it, so there’s really no point in having it for a long time.
Until a few years ago, every time the next model came out, there was a big evolution and it was attractive, but recently it hasn’t changed much…
If the battery is getting weaker, consider replacing it.
There are people who continue to use it even though it is dropped and the screen is crunchy.
The stagnation of technology is that you can go without buying a new one.
Are there many people who haven’t bought a new smartphone for more than three years now?
Well, I want to play the game as comfortably as possible!Unless you’re someone like that, you can use recent smartphones because they’re high performance.
I don’t have the money, and I don’t think there will be many people who buy new ones even though they don’t need them.
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