Smartphones are playing an increasingly important role in consumers’ lives. With the increase of various applications, the demand for storage space of smartphones is also increasing. According to a report released by counterpoint research, in 2020, the average storage of iPhone users has reached 140.9GB, an increase of 4.1% from 2019.
The average storage space of iPhone users in 2020 exceeds 140GB, which is still much higher than the average level of Android users.
As Android Authority reported that in 2020, the average storage of Android smartphone users is 95.7GB, and the average storage of iPhone users is 140.9GB, which is 45.2GB higher than that, which is 47.23% higher.
However, the average storage of iPhone users is still much higher than that of Android smartphone users in 2020, the gap in average storage use between users of the two camps has actually narrowed. In 2020, the average storage of Android users increased by 21.7%, which is higher than the 4.1% of iPhone users.
The research institution also stated in the report that the average storage of iPhone users exceeded 140GB, and the average storage of Android users increased by 21.7% to 95.7GB, which means that in 2020, the average storage of global smartphone users has exceeded 100GB. This is the first time that it exceeds 100GB.
The average storage of smartphone users exceeds 100GB, which means that more consumers will buy smartphones with a storage capacity of 128GB and above. Research reports also show that in the Android camp, the share of 128GB has reached 24.9%, a year-on-year increase of 40% last year.
Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.