43% Indian Smartphone Users Take Photos Using Smartphone's Camera Everyday

Karamchand Rameshwar - Dec 05, 2018


43% Indian Smartphone Users Take Photos Using Smartphone's Camera Everyday

According to a report of techARC DIGIT, 43 percent of smartphone users in India take photos every day at least once and it is even higher for female users.

If you just purchased a new phone, there is a good chance that taking a photo is the first thing you used the handset for. New research of techARC Digital India Granular Insights & Trends (DIGIT), every day among Indian smartphone users, there is 43 percent of them take photos with their handsets at least one time. The research also explains why phone producers are incorporating their handsets with a triple or even quad camera system as more people are looking for a phone that can fulfill their needs of capturing photos.

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This report also states that phone users in India are really interested in capturing many moments that happens around them in daily life. The techARC DIGIT report notes that females are generally taking more pictures in comparison with males. “As per the findings, 50 percent of the females take a picture with their smartphones daily, while in males the percentage is 42 percent,” it reveals.

Another key highlight of the report is that people tend to take even more photos with smartphones in the high-end segment. “As the camera quality is relatively better in smartphones as a user moves to a premium range of the smartphones, it results in frequent usage of the camera by them.”

However, it is a different case for people with handsets in the over-Rs. 50,000 segment. The report says that users with such phone focus much more on using their devices for communication and productivity instead of using them for capturing photos and posting those on social networking sites.

The techARC insight notes that the camera has been one of the default hardware on a smartphone. It also reports that people are using the soft keyboard more due to the rise of messaging apps like WhatsApp. Besides taking photos, smartphone users tend to use their phone’s camera to capture crucial documents such as receipts, prescriptions, and certificates.

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Early 2018, Huawei released its flagship, the P20 Pro, with a triple rear camera system. The company recently followed up with the Mate 20 Pro. That move has made phone vendors like Oppo and Samsung incorporate triple and quad camera system to their smartphones. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 is rumored to come with a total of 6 cameras.

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