If you are a smartphone enthusiast or nurture various kinds of processors, you must know about AnTuTu. It’s basically a benchmark testing platform for smartphones. Besides, it also stores the analyzed data to cook various stat reports to know about the present smartphone market status. Recently, it published its report for the third quarter of this year.
Along with various other aspects like smartphone screen size, processor brand, RAM size, etc, there is also a stat report that shows the percentage of people using smartphones with different screen resolutions.
The report shows 35.7% of mobiles distributed in the third quarter of this year are equipped with a 1080×2340 resolution screen. The immediate next slot is occupied by the smartphones having 1080×2400 resolution screen, the percentage of this category phones is 12.9%. In the third place, there are phones with a 1080×1920 display resolution (6.6%).
The stat also shows how much the consumers are concern about the screen resolution, alongside the performance, memory, and other specifications. Only around 8% part is captured by the screens with 720×1520, 720×1600, and 720×1560 resolution. Though less than that and above 1080×2400 resolution handsets are bundled in the ‘Other’ section.
Lastly, all these stats are based on the phone configuration of the AnTuTu users around the globe. The results may change when the rest of the other smartphones will be taken into consideration.
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