Smartphone Statistics, History and Facts (2021)



Here are a few of the most interesting Smartphone statistics and facts I was able to dig up in my internet travels. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

51% of U.S. female smartphone owners couldn’t imagine life without their smartphone.

(Last updated 7/31/15)


41% of U.S. male smartphone owners couldn’t imagine life without their smartphone.

(Last updated 7/31/15)


51% of U.S. iPhone owners upgrade their phones every 2 years.

(Last updated 7/9/15)


40% of U.S. Android phone owners upgrade their phones every 2 years.

(Last updated 7/9/15)


The average mobile phone user takes 150 photos every month.

(Last updated 1/23/15)


Indian smartphone users spend an average of 169 minutes on their phone each day.

(Last updated 7/29/15)


Amount spent on online shopping from a mobile device in China in 2015:

US$334 billion


Percentage of all ecommerce money spent in China in 2015 that came from a mobile device:

49.7%


Projected amount to be spent on online shopping from a mobile device in China in 2016:

US$506 billion


Projected percentage of all ecommerce money to be spent in China in 2016 that came from a mobile device:

55.5%

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  • Users
  • Demographics
  • Revenue
  • Growth
  • Etc.- all in one place

I try to go through each and every stat regularly and update as much as possible, but we all know that some stats are easier to track down than others. As always, every stat is linked to its original source and has the source date listed.

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Please note that some of these numbers are easier to find than others. These Smartphone stats are based on news reports and not official company tallies. No information contained on DMR should be relied upon to make investment decisions. Basically, this is the best I can find and I don’t guarantee anything to be 100%.