50 percent of users take out their phone frequently when not working, the report found
technology:The report states that one out of every two Indian users habitually takes their phone out of their pocket. They don’t do any work on the phone. But still he picks up his phone without knowing why he switched off his smartphone. Many users do not know the reason for removing the phone.
Smartphones have become an essential part of our lives and most of the work is done through it. But some people get used to it. A recent report revealed a surprising habit of Indian smartphone users.
Users often remove their phones out of habit
A report says that one out of every two Indian users habitually pulls their phone out of their pocket. They don’t do any work on the phone. But still he picks up his phone without knowing why he switched off his smartphone.
User picks up the phone 70-80 times
According to global management consulting firm Boston Consulting Group (BCG), a typical smartphone user picks up the phone 70-80 times a day. That said, in our research we’ve found that about 50 percent of the time customers aren’t clear why they’re picking up the phone. In fact he does so out of habit.
Additionally, the report found that 45-50 percent of clients have good clarity about when the task will be completed, and 5-10 percent of clients have partial clarity. Topics such as smartphones evolving AI have recently been discussed in the media and industry events.
Nimisha Jain, Senior Partner and Managing Director, BCG, said, Zen is proof of the evolution of device or app-com experiences through AI. The report also mentions that Indian smartphone users prefer streaming video content.
Indian users spend most of their time searching for information about streaming apps, text/calls, shopping, travel, jobs and hobbies, etc. Apart from this there are many users who spend their time in gaming.