Have you ever wondered what kind of smartphone Kowalski has? If so, AnTuTu has the answer for you. The publisher of the most popular benchmark application has prepared some interesting combinations.
AnTuTu has published some interesting statistics for devices that were tested with the same benchmark. They show what kind of smartphones the average tomato soup eater uses , which, by the way, uses benchmarks.
The average tomato soup eater still has a smartphone with a screen size of 16: 9 in his pocket, but he appreciates high resolution.
According to the data disclosed by AntuTu, as much as 24.37% of all smartphones participating in the survey have a display displaying content in FullHD resolution, and therefore 1920 x 1080 pixels . This means that the screen has a traditional 16: 9 aspect ratio. As you can see, not everyone pays attention to new products that make their debut on the market, as it is almost a quarter of all respondents. Nevertheless, modern smartphones have come second, as 17.19% of respondents use them. When writing modern, I mean screens with FHD + resolution – 2160 x 1080 pixels. Another 16.09% of smartphones have screens with a slightly higher resolution – 1080 x 2248 and 1080 x 2280 pixels.
In SoC systems, the leading ones are equipped with octa-core processors. They work with above average RAM. We also pay attention to the amount of internal memory.
SoC's equipped with an octa-core processor are responsible for their computing power. That's up to 73.5% of Android smartphones that carried out the AnTuTu comparison test. While 21.9% use a quad-core processor. And even though octa-core processors should not surprise anyone – there are really a lot of them, but it is quite a surprise that the amount of RAM memory that consumers decide on. RAM memory statistics show that 36.51% of Android smartphones have 6 GB of RAM and 31.70% of them, using 4 GB. The third place occupies 3GB of RAM, and 8GB of RAM is just as popular as 2GB. Increasing the RAM memory in smartphones is caused by their drop in prices, which is why manufacturers of middle class smartphones decide to implement at least 4 or 6 GB of RAM. As many as 41.13% of smartphones participating in the survey have 64 GB internal memory for data and applications, and the second place is in the 128 GB segment, which seems much more popular than 32 GB.
We also pay attention to the operating system – it must be relatively new
According to AnTuTu statistics on Android distribution, 61.4% of users use Android Oreo , and Nougat takes second place. The information provided by AnTuTu, however, is contrary to the statistics published by Google, because in them Nougat is more popular. This does not mean, however, that there is a mistake somewhere – we simply test our newer and above-average smartphones more often.
Statistics clearly show that we are conscious consumers – we know exactly what we expect from smartphones, and we also buy medium-sized ones.