Liu Haiping is really so annoying? This does not seem to be the case.
According to GSMArena, India's largest e-commerce company, Flipkart, and First Post have launched a survey of smartphone preferences. Participants are mostly "X generations" and "millennials" users.
The so-called X generation is born between the late 1950s and the 1960s. The Millennials are actually Generation Y, pointing out that they were born in the 20th century and reached a generation of adults after entering the 21st century (ie 2000).
In terms of the core focus of mobile phone purchases, performance has become the number one priority, accounting for 57%, followed by cameras, and again battery life. It seems that Indian friends are quite pragmatic in buying mobile phones.
Of course, it is interesting to note that the user groups of both age groups prefer Liu Haiping.
In terms of differences, “millennials” users have higher pixel requirements for mobile phones, while “X Generation” users value mobile phones' endurance.