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70% of Chinese buy new cellphones every two years
Published on: 2017-04-19
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060In a survey, 71.8% of respondents said they buy new mobile phones every two years or less on average.


A total of 16.8% said they change cellphones every year.


According to a survey published by the China Youth Daily Tuesday, among the 2,004 respondents, a total of 42% said they may upgrade their handsets even if there are no problems with their current phones.


More than 60% of them said brand is a major element when choosing a cellphone.


About 51.6% of the people surveyed were born in the 1980s, a total of 21.1% were born in the 1990s and 19.6% were born in the 1970s.


In the survey, about 82.4% of the people said smartphones have become an indispensable gadget in their lives, while they also heavily rely upon laptops, desktops and tablet computers.


About 63% of respondents said they would consider buying a new mobile phone if their old one has problems, while 42% said they might swap the old for new even though their old phone still works well.


Also, more than 32% said they would buy the latest model from their favorite brand.


While choosing a mobile phone, brand is the first element for most consumers, with other considerations being price, processor and camera performance, the survey said.


A total of 59.9% of survey respondents said smartphones and other digital products have made their lives more convenient, but 30.6% of the people also blamed them for the negative effects of their heavy reliance on such devices.

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