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this is the mobile that half the planet uses


The mobile that the average user uses has nothing to do with a high-end.

More than once we have imagined what the perfect mobile would be like. It would surely have a screen with high refresh rate, a state-of-the-art processor, an outstanding photographic section and an autonomy of up to almost two days, among many other extras such as NFC, 3.5 jack or 5G technology; all accompanied by a very premium design.

Unfortunately a phone with these characteristics it wouldn't be exactly cheap. Taking into account that many of the current high ranges exceed the barrier of 1,000 euros, the most normal thing is that this would also do it.

For all this, the reality is quite different to such an extent that most users opt for low or medium range phones. So today we are not going to imagine again what would be the perfect mobile but we are going to talk which mobile phone is used by half the planet.

This is the most used type of phone

Samsung Galaxy S10e, sensors

The mobile that people use in their day to day differs a lot from the best terminal on the market

As recently published by AnTuTu, the terminals most used by users They have little or nothing to do with the ideal dream phone.

Thus, smartphones that usually use the AnTuTu service they are screen phones with at least 6.4 inches. 17.2% use them, followed by smartphones with 6.3 inches (14.7%) and 6.5 inches (13.%). Recall that Android has already put aside mobile phones with small screens and that only Apple seems to bet on them.

Despite the fact that the size of the screens is increasing, the resolution of these seems not to have been increasing. 1080 resolution is the standard today regardless of screen size with a presence of almost 36%.

As for the heart of smartphones, that is, their processor, here we find that Qualcomm commands with a 57.5% share followed by Samsung processors with 15%. However, it should be noted that MediaTek has grown to 12.4%, in part thanks to the appearance of cheap Chinese smartphones compatible with 5G.

Let's talk about RAM and here we are going to be brief. Models with 6 GB of RAM are the majority with 34.3%. This evidently confirms that the 12 GB of memory in a smartphone is not necessary.

Bottom of Galaxy Note20 Ultra with S-Pen

No, most people don't have a Note20.

Gone are the days when smartphones came out with 8 GB of storage memory. Operating systems are taking up more and more, applications are becoming heavier and few mobiles already have a microSD slot, so storage had to increase. 128 GB is the capacity of most smartphones on the market, although there are still many smartphones with 64 GB of storage.

And to finish we discuss one of the most controversial topics on Android: its fragmentation. Despite the fact that brands are taking more and more seriously about updating their devices and supporting them, there is still a lot of inequality.

The current version of Google's operating system is Android 11 although it does not appear in the AnTuTu graph. Listed as "other", it would occupy 1.8% of the current market. A rather worrying fact. On the other hand, most Android devices would have Android 10 (63.3%) and Android 9 (28%).

In short, the smartphone that practically everyone has is a device with a 6.4-inch screen, 1080p resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage memory and Android 10 as the operating system. Does it match the smartphone you have in your pocket?

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