AnTuTu developers have published a list of smartphone users' preferences for the third quarter of 2021

The AnTuTu developers have published a list of smartphone users' preferences for the third quarter of 2021, which includes the most popular screens, single-chip systems, the amount of RAM and flash memory, as well as other characteristics of smartphones.

The smartphone industry has developed so rapidly over the past few years that even 6 inches is not enough for most smartphone users. Most users today prefer the 6.6-inch display (32.4%). The closest to this size is the 6.7-inch display, which accounts for 20%. This means that the two screen sizes combined account for more than half of user preferences.

Another aspect of a smartphone that users usually pay attention to is screen resolution. According to the survey, 1080p continues to dominate at 60.6%. While many flagships have used higher resolution screens this year, this is the flagship feature for now. Many mid to high-end models do not have this feature for two reasons. Firstly, because of the price, and secondly, because 1080p is still sufficient for most scenarios.

The 60Hz refresh rate is still the most popular (41.6%). At the same time, the refresh rate of 120 Hz lags behind quite a bit (41.3%). MediaTek has surpassed Qualcomm and is already the world's largest supplier of smartphone chips. However, the advantage of MediaTek is achieved mainly due to the middle segment. The flagship segment is clearly dominated by Qualcomm. The AnTuTu User Preference Chart shows Qualcomm to be in first place with a 61.8% share. It is followed by MediaTek with 19.1%. The main reason should be that many MediaTek mobile phone users do not test performance in AnTuTu.

The share of eight-core single-chip systems is 99.1%. AnTuTu shows that 76.4% of users have smartphones with 8GB and 12GB of RAM (49.8% and 26.6%, respectively). 128GB and 256GB of storage together account for 89.9%. While 128GB accounts for 44.6%, 256GB accounts for 45.3%.

The share of Android 11 is 67.9, almost 30% is still occupied by lower systems.

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