Mobile Usages Differ Based On Location And Culture: 47% Folks In Sweden Use Bluetooth And Wireless Headset And Speaker [Infographic]

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Indeed, mobile device usages differ according to location and culture. According to a recent report from Tawkon (an Android based app allows safe and responsible use of mobile phone), among all Android device owners, Samsung Galaxy S owners use to spend more times (431 minutes per month) for calling on their device compare to others device owners.

Average talk time in the U.S. is highest with 450 minutes/month, followed by Italy, Greece and France with 375 min/month, 325 mins/month, and  312 mins/month. However, China is known for tremendous mobile technology, but an average talk time on the mobile device is just 250 mins/month. China is the only non-western countries which has been listed in the top five ‘user average time spend on mobile device’ list.

Among accessories usages (Bluetooth and wireless headsets and speakers), Sweden is at the top (47%), followed by the U.S., the U.K and Netherlands with 32% ,29% and 18% respectively. However, issues related to battery consumption of mobile devices have always been a hot topic for discussion around the world. Canada has been ranked first in terms of mobile engagement with 18% of involvements, followed by  Canada, Australia and Greece with 18%, 17%, 17% respectively, whereas Spain and China have low, just 9% and 7% respectively.

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Among Android device owners, Samsung Galaxy S users use to spend more time on their device for talking, 431 minutes per month, followed by Samsung Galaxy S2, Motorola DEFY and HTC Desire with 352 mins/month, 267 min/months and 265 mins/months respectively.

See the Infographic for more details:

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