A survey conducted by Counterpoint, an analyst firm, indicates that 53% of Indian premium-class phone users plan to change their gadgets next year.
Most owners of premium smartphones want to buy a new smartphone, while in this case premium smartphones include all smartphones that are more expensive than $ 280. Additional statistics also indicate that in this price segment, owners usually do not part with their phones for 25 months.
More than half of respondents said they are ready to spend up to $ 580 on their next smartphone. 20% of respondents said they plan to buy a smartphone at a price of up to $ 870. And 8% are ready to pay $ 1150 and more.
According to Counterpoint, Samsung and OnePlus are the two leading brands in the Indian premium segment, while Samsung users replace their devices faster than the owners of OnePlus.
Responsive to dust and moisture, followed by a subscreen fingerprint scanner and face recognition, have become mandatory features that consumers are willing to pay more for. Also in the wish list were better cameras and displays with holes.