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IPhones are for the poor and Huawei for the rich ... at least in China

In China, having an iPhone does not prove to have a purchasing power, but quite the opposite.

Last updated on 01/11/2020 at 23:03

There is no doubt that Apple is one of the biggest brands in technology. For many, their high-end devices show a certain “status” and it is that although it is a very big nonsense there are still people who believe that having an iPhone is equal to having a high economic level.

This "silly" and classist belief It is because Android has a greater variety of prices and mobiles, and that is that we can find from cheap terminals for 100 euros to high ranges of more than 1,000 euros.

However, there is a country where owning an iPhone is poor while an Android phone is rich.

So resounding. How could it be otherwise, it is about China.

In China, having an iPhone is poor

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If you have an iPhone, you will be considered poor in China

It is true that the Cupertino company, namely Apple, dominates with an iron fist in many countries such as the United States or Canada.

Nobody here wants to know about Android phones and except for some brave people who bet on Samsung, the iPhone rules.

However, in China this is not the case and according to a new study, having an iPhone in your pocket means you don't have the money to buy a better smartphone.

This study also states that iPhone owners in China, in addition to having low purchasing power, are less educated and much less hard-working than consumers of other brands.

It also states that they are usually women between 18 and 34 years old and that they only have approved secondary studies.

His monthly income would be about 3,000 yuan, which is basically about $ 500.

Conversely there is a firm that exudes high social class, prestige and success in life. We are talking about Huawei's own Chinese firm, one of the most important in the world and that unfortunately the veto of the United States has caused a decrease in sales in a large part of Western countries, something that has not happened in its native China.

In China, Huawei phone users are married men with a degree and high income (20,000 yuan).

These users have homes and cars in their names, something that iPhone owners can't seem to afford.

It is evident that China is not the priority market for the boys of the bitten apple and that despite all their phones are still quite popular in some sectors of society.

Outside of China, Apple sales are record high and it seems that thanks to the new iPhone 12 and its different models will continue to be so.

Of course, if any of you have an Apple phone and travel to China, do not take it out of your pocket much or you will be considered poor.