It’s no secret that most Android smartphone manufacturers are introducing at least one line of flagship smartphones each year. At the same time, it is not uncommon if smartphone manufacturers to introduce several other flagship smartphone lines throughout the year, with the exception of Apple. For example, Samsung has S and Note series of smartphones. Also Xiaomi hace Mi, or Note series. In most regions including ours, smartphones are being replaced by newer models at regular intervals. Most often, this is towards the end of the flat rate, when users can apply various discounts to their operators. That is, after 1.5 to 2 years. However, according to the latest statistics, pointed out by the xmobile, owners of Xiaomi flagship smartphones are changing them after a longer period of time than “the standard”.
We don’t change Xiaomi flagship smartphones as new as often as standard
Xiaomi came up with some pretty interesting findings pointed to “recycle time” of the flashship smartphones. According to the company, many buyers of smartphones such as the Mi 6 or Mi 8 did not move to the next generation of smartphones. Not even for the second generation of flagship smartphones after their mobiles. Xiaomi says that users are increasingly moving to the 3rd generation of flagship smartphones, which followed the one they had.
These company data suggest that customers are generally satisfied with smartphones. On the other hand, although it is a “good business card”, from the manufacturer’s point of view, this is not the best news given the lengthening time of equipment replacement.
It should also be added that smartphone manufacturers generally provide 2 to 3 years of software support for their mobile phones. These are usually 2 major operating system updates and 3 major superstructure updates. And Xiaomi is not exception. Company provide software support for 3 years.
Anyway, do you change your smartphone more often or not? Let us know.
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