Results of the poll "What features of your smartphone do you use and what do you not?"

Eldar started a great tradition of holding polls on Saturdays and summarizing them on Friday mornings. The idea is quite simple: we raise interesting topics for discussion, look at your reaction, and then comment on the results and share our opinion. Last week we discussed the importance of certain features in a smartphone.

We started with the question of the need for two SIM cards in a smartphone.

Survey results

As you can see, almost half of readers consider this feature to be redundant, and another third would like to see it, but do not consider it mandatory. My position is closer to this third: in everyday use I don’t need a second SIM card, but when traveling I want to stay in touch and use mobile roaming from local SIM cards.

We then asked you if you need a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Poll results

60% spoke in favor of its need for a smartphone, and another 31% noted that such a connector is desirable for them, but not required. My main smartphone is an iPhone 7 Plus and I use wired headphones. Due to the specifics of my work, I regularly change test devices, as a result, I periodically forget the adapter at home and get angry that I can’t listen to music. If I used only the iPhone, then it would annoy me much less. I inserted the adapter once into the headphones and forgot about it. However, I am the same user who needs to charge a smartphone and listen to music at the same time, in such scenarios I would definitely not refuse a minijack.

The third question was about the importance of the fingerprint scanner.

Poll results

I remember the days when it first appeared, then users were too lazy to turn on unlocking with a finger, and it didn’t work very quickly. The turning point came when Apple introduced its Touch ID and encouraged developers to add fingerprint authentication to their apps. It's amazing how quickly people are used to turning on and unlocking the device using a scanner. Google quickly added a similar feature to the Android API, and now we are happy to use this convenient authorization method. And the answers to this question only confirm my words.

On the other hand, I see that a third of readers are ready to give up the fingerprint scanner if there is a worthy alternative. I think that when talking about it, many people mean the iris scanner on Samsung or Face ID on the iPhone X. I have not used these unlock methods, but if they are no less convenient, then why not?

It is interesting that 20% do not use a fingerprint scanner at all. Let me assume that the proportion of such users will decrease over time. Moreover, now a lot of applications are tied to it.

Going to the question Jockey Classic V-Neck - 3 Pack about fast charging.

Poll results

Half of the readers noted that fast charging is desirable but not necessary for them, a quarter of survey participants highlighted the need for this feature, and only 5% of respondents consider such charging unnecessary.

I am on the side of the majority in this matter: fast charging is very cool. Forty minutes at the outlet, and now you have a 60-70% charged smartphone. It is especially great to use it in tandem with an external battery that supports this technology. I also note that, in my opinion, if the device supports fast charging, then it makes sense to put the appropriate power supply in the kit.

Now let's talk about moisture protection according to the IP67 / 68 standard.

Poll results

A third of readers identified its unambiguous need, and almost two-thirds of those surveyed noted its desirable presence. In this matter, I am on the side of the first third: moisture protection is definitely needed. Even if you do not use its capabilities in everyday mode, situations are different, and changing a smartphone just because of falling into a puddle, a bathroom or a toilet will be very disappointing.

Interesting results from the question about carrying a smartphone in a case:

Survey results

I often ride the subway and periodically notice that many users wear their devices without a case. I myself do the same, the fact is that my iPhone 7 Plus becomes very thick and wide with almost any case, only very thin panels from Ozaki 0.3mm or their analogues fit. In my opinion, when designing a smartphone, the creators are unlikely to adapt its design to be worn in a case.

It seemed to me that readers share this position, but 43% of respondents always wear a smartphone in a case, and another 31% put it on sometimes. And only a quarter of users wear their devices without a case. It’s even interesting what kind of covers you have, dear readers, be sure to tell us about them in the comments!

The next two questions are about wireless headsets. Let me suggest that Eldar wanted to check what percentage of readers consider them a worthy alternative to the missing minijack.

Poll results Results of the poll

In my opinion, the main problem with wireless headsets is not the operating time and not the sound quality, but the high entry threshold. Even a relatively inexpensive Meizu EP51 headset costs 3,000 rubles, while the cost of good wired headphones starts at 1,000 rubles. And more or less standing models can be purchased only for 9-10 thousand. Of course, the same AirPods and their analogues are a very interesting and futuristic solution, but the prices for such accessories start at 12 thousand, and you can buy a good smartphone for this money.

The results of both questions are about the same: as a rule, everyone who is positive about wireless headphones already has or had them at home.

It was surprising to me that 41% of our readers have wireless headphones, and another 13% had them. It seemed to me that the results of yes / no would be in the ratio of 25/75%. However, we have an advanced audience that is at the forefront of technology, which explains such an unusual distribution of votes.

The penultimate question is related to the battery life of the smartphone.

Poll results

Almost two-thirds of readers have enough smartphone charge for the whole day, and about a third recharge the device during the day. My use case is that sometimes there is enough charge, and sometimes not. I think most of you have the same story.

And that brings us to the last question about external batteries.

Survey results

Personally, I carry an external battery with me almost always, another thing is that it is not needed every day. But always, when I leave it at home, I bite my elbows, because on this day, by two o'clock in the afternoon, I have about 30% of the charge left.

Interestingly, 21% of readers carry a charger with them rather than a battery. By the way, as far as I know, Eldar Murtazin also uses this method more often and even once wrote about it in Spillikins.

Conclusion

I apologize in advance that I rounded the results a little when using the terms "third and quarter", I hope this did not annoy you.

Let's take a quick look at today's poll:

  1. Only 23% of readers surveyed need a second SIM card on a regular basis.
  2. Only 8% of readers are ready to give up the minijack irrevocably.
  3. At the same time, half of them have wireless headsets or headphones. Apparently, they do not consider them a worthy alternative to wired ones.
  4. 43% of readers consider the fingerprint scanner an important feature, but 30% are willing to forego it in favor of a worthy alternative.
  5. Fast charging is important to a quarter of users, and another half consider it desirable but not necessary.
  6. 94% of those surveyed consider water protection desirable or mandatory in a smartphone (and I agree with them).
  7. 43% of readers carry their smartphone in a case, and only 26% without it.
  8. 50% of readers are positive about wireless headsets and have or have had them.
  9. A third of users charge their smartphone during the day, and two-thirds of the charge is enough for the whole day. At the same time, only 13% of readers constantly carry an external battery with them.
  10. It is interesting that 21% of respondents take a charger with them.

I must say that the results of some points unexpectedly surprised me, especially in terms of covers. But, in general, it is clear that almost everyone needs a minijack and moisture protection, only 50% of readers are ready to replace their headphones with wireless ones, but only 23% of respondents regularly need a second SIM card.

I propose to discuss the results of our survey in the comments, as well as participate in the next one. In it, we will talk about how much you are willing to spend on a smartphone, what salary you need to have to buy a flagship for 80 thousand and about your willingness to take a loan or installment plan for a smartphone.

Results of the poll "What features of your smartphone do you use and what do you not?"

Eldar started a great tradition of holding polls on Saturdays and summarizing them on Friday mornings. The idea is quite simple: we raise interesting topics for discussion, look at your reaction, and then comment on the results and share our opinion. Last week we discussed the importance of certain features in a smartphone.

We started with the question of the need for two SIM cards in a smartphone.

Survey results

As you can see, almost half of readers consider this feature to be redundant, and another third would like to see it, but do not consider it mandatory. My position is closer to this third: in everyday use I don’t need a second SIM card, but when traveling I want to stay in touch and use mobile roaming from local SIM cards.

We then asked you if you need a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Poll results

60% spoke in favor of its need for a smartphone, and another 31% noted that such a connector is desirable for them, but not required. My main smartphone is an iPhone 7 Plus and I use wired headphones. Due to the specifics of my work, I regularly change test devices, as a result, I periodically forget the adapter at home and get angry that I can’t listen to music. If I used only the iPhone, then it would annoy me much less. I inserted the adapter once into the headphones and forgot about it. However, I am the same user who needs to charge a smartphone and listen to music at the same time, in such scenarios I would definitely not refuse a minijack.

The third question was about the importance of the fingerprint scanner.

Poll results

I remember the days when it first appeared, then users were too lazy to turn on unlocking with a finger, and it didn’t work very quickly. The turning point came when Apple introduced its Touch ID and encouraged developers to add fingerprint authentication to their apps. It's amazing how quickly people are used to turning on and unlocking the device using a scanner. Google quickly added a similar feature to the Android API, and now we are happy to use this convenient authorization method. And the answers to this question only confirm my words.

On the other hand, I see that a third of readers are ready to give up the fingerprint scanner if there is a worthy alternative. I think that when talking about it, many people mean the iris scanner on Samsung or Face ID on the iPhone X. I have not used these unlock methods, but if they are no less convenient, then why not?

It is interesting that 20% do not use a fingerprint scanner at all. Let me assume that the proportion of such users will decrease over time. Moreover, now a lot of applications are tied to it.

Going to the question Jockey Classic V-Neck - 3 Pack about fast charging.

Poll results

Half of the readers noted that fast charging is desirable but not necessary for them, a quarter of survey participants highlighted the need for this feature, and only 5% of respondents consider such charging unnecessary.

I am on the side of the majority in this matter: fast charging is very cool. Forty minutes at the outlet, and now you have a 60-70% charged smartphone. It is especially great to use it in tandem with an external battery that supports this technology. I also note that, in my opinion, if the device supports fast charging, then it makes sense to put the appropriate power supply in the kit.

Now let's talk about moisture protection according to the IP67 / 68 standard.

Poll results

A third of readers identified its unambiguous need, and almost two-thirds of those surveyed noted its desirable presence. In this matter, I am on the side of the first third: moisture protection is definitely needed. Even if you do not use its capabilities in everyday mode, situations are different, and changing a smartphone just because of falling into a puddle, a bathroom or a toilet will be very disappointing.

Interesting results from the question about carrying a smartphone in a case:

Survey results

I often ride the subway and periodically notice that many users wear their devices without a case. I myself do the same, the fact is that my iPhone 7 Plus becomes very thick and wide with almost any case, only very thin panels from Ozaki 0.3mm or their analogues fit. In my opinion, when designing a smartphone, the creators are unlikely to adapt its design to be worn in a case.

It seemed to me that readers share this position, but 43% of respondents always wear a smartphone in a case, and another 31% put it on sometimes. And only a quarter of users wear their devices without a case. It’s even interesting what kind of covers you have, dear readers, be sure to tell us about them in the comments!

The next two questions are about wireless headsets. Let me suggest that Eldar wanted to check what percentage of readers consider them a worthy alternative to the missing minijack.

Poll results Results of the poll

In my opinion, the main problem with wireless headsets is not the operating time and not the sound quality, but the high entry threshold. Even a relatively inexpensive Meizu EP51 headset costs 3,000 rubles, while the cost of good wired headphones starts at 1,000 rubles. And more or less standing models can be purchased only for 9-10 thousand. Of course, the same AirPods and their analogues are a very interesting and futuristic solution, but the prices for such accessories start at 12 thousand, and you can buy a good smartphone for this money.

The results of both questions are about the same: as a rule, everyone who is positive about wireless headphones already has or had them at home.

It was surprising to me that 41% of our readers have wireless headphones, and another 13% had them. It seemed to me that the results of yes / no would be in the ratio of 25/75%. However, we have an advanced audience that is at the forefront of technology, which explains such an unusual distribution of votes.

The penultimate question is related to the battery life of the smartphone.

Poll results

Almost two-thirds of readers have enough smartphone charge for the whole day, and about a third recharge the device during the day. My use case is that sometimes there is enough charge, and sometimes not. I think most of you have the same story.

And that brings us to the last question about external batteries.

Survey results

Personally, I carry an external battery with me almost always, another thing is that it is not needed every day. But always, when I leave it at home, I bite my elbows, because on this day, by two o'clock in the afternoon, I have about 30% of the charge left.

Interestingly, 21% of readers carry a charger with them rather than a battery. By the way, as far as I know, Eldar Murtazin also uses this method more often and even once wrote about it in Spillikins.

Conclusion

I apologize in advance that I rounded the results a little when using the terms "third and quarter", I hope this did not annoy you.

Let's take a quick look at today's poll:

  1. Only 23% of readers surveyed need a second SIM card on a regular basis.
  2. Only 8% of readers are ready to give up the minijack irrevocably.
  3. At the same time, half of them have wireless headsets or headphones. Apparently, they do not consider them a worthy alternative to wired ones.
  4. 43% of readers consider the fingerprint scanner an important feature, but 30% are willing to forego it in favor of a worthy alternative.
  5. For a quarter of users, fast charging is important, and another half consider it desirable but not necessary.
  6. 94% of those surveyed consider water protection desirable or mandatory in a smartphone (and I agree with them).
  7. 43% of readers carry their smartphone in a case, and only 26% without it.
  8. 50% of readers are positive about wireless headsets and have or have had them.
  9. A third of users recharge their smartphone during the day, and two-thirds of the charge is enough for the whole day. At the same time, only 13% of readers constantly carry an external battery with them.
  10. It is interesting that 21% of respondents take a charger with them.

I must say that the results of some points unexpectedly surprised me, especially in terms of covers. But, in general, it is clear that almost everyone needs a minijack and moisture protection, only 50% of readers are ready to replace their headphones with wireless ones, but only 23% of respondents regularly need a second SIM card.

I propose to discuss the results of our survey in the comments, as well as participate in the next one. In it, we will talk about how much you are willing to spend on a smartphone, what salary you need to have to buy a flagship for 80 thousand and about your willingness to take a loan or installment plan for a smartphone.

Results of the poll "What features of your smartphone do you use and what do you not?"

Eldar started a great tradition of holding polls on Saturdays and summarizing them on Friday mornings. The idea is quite simple: we raise interesting topics for discussion, look at your reaction, and then comment on the results and share our opinion. Last week we discussed the importance of certain features in a smartphone.

We started with the question of the need for two SIM cards in a smartphone.

Survey results

As you can see, almost half of readers consider this feature to be redundant, and another third would like to see it, but do not consider it mandatory. My position is closer to this third: in everyday use I don’t need a second SIM card, but when traveling I want to stay in touch and use mobile roaming from local SIM cards.

Then we asked you if you need a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Poll results

60% spoke in favor of its need for a smartphone, and another 31% noted that such a connector is desirable for them, but not required. My main smartphone is an iPhone 7 Plus and I use wired headphones. Due to the specifics of my work, I regularly change test devices, as a result, I periodically forget the adapter at home and get angry that I can’t listen to music. If I used only the iPhone, then it would annoy me much less. I inserted the adapter once into the headphones and forgot about it. However, I am the same user who needs to charge a smartphone and listen to music at the same time, in such scenarios I would definitely not refuse a minijack.

The third question was about the importance of the fingerprint scanner.

Poll results

I remember the days when it first appeared, then users were too lazy to turn on unlocking with a finger, and it didn’t work very quickly. The turning point came when Apple introduced its Touch ID and encouraged developers to add fingerprint authentication to their apps. It's amazing how quickly people are used to turning on and unlocking the device using a scanner. Google quickly added a similar feature to the Android API, and now we are happy to use this convenient authorization method. And the answers to this question only confirm my words.

On the other hand, I see that a third of readers are ready to give up the fingerprint scanner if there is a worthy alternative. I think that when talking about it, many people mean the iris scanner on Samsung or Face ID on the iPhone X. I have not used these unlock methods, but if they are no less convenient, then why not?

It is interesting that 20% do not use a fingerprint scanner at all. Let me assume that the proportion of such users will decrease over time. Moreover, now a lot of applications are tied to it.

Going to the question Jockey Classic V-Neck - 3 Pack about fast charging.

Poll results

Half of the readers noted that fast charging is desirable but not necessary for them, a quarter of survey participants highlighted the need for this feature, and only 5% of respondents consider such charging unnecessary.

I am on the side of the majority in this matter: fast charging is very cool. Forty minutes at the outlet, and now you have a 60-70% charged smartphone. It is especially great to use it in tandem with an external battery that supports this technology. I also note that, in my opinion, if the device supports fast charging, then it makes sense to put the appropriate power supply in the kit.

Now let's talk about moisture protection according to the IP67 / 68 standard.

Poll results

A third of readers identified its unambiguous need, and almost two-thirds of those surveyed noted its desirable presence. In this matter, I am on the side of the first third: moisture protection is definitely needed. Even if you do not use its capabilities in everyday mode, situations are different, and changing a smartphone just because of falling into a puddle, a bathroom or a toilet will be very disappointing.

Interesting results from the question about carrying a smartphone in a case:

Survey results

I often ride the subway and periodically notice that many users wear their devices without a case. I myself do the same, the fact is that my iPhone 7 Plus becomes very thick and wide with almost any case, only very thin panels from Ozaki 0.3mm or their analogues fit. In my opinion, when designing a smartphone, the creators are unlikely to adapt its design to be worn in a case.

It seemed to me that readers share this position, but 43% of respondents always wear a smartphone in a case, and another 31% put it on sometimes. And only a quarter of users wear their devices without a case. It’s even interesting what kind of covers you have, dear readers, be sure to tell us about them in the comments!

The next two questions are about wireless headsets. Let me suggest that Eldar wanted to check what percentage of readers consider them a worthy alternative to the missing minijack.

Poll results Results of the poll

In my opinion, the main problem with wireless headsets is not the operating time and not the sound quality, but the high entry threshold. Even a relatively inexpensive Meizu EP51 headset costs 3,000 rubles, while the cost of good wired headphones starts at 1,000 rubles. And more or less standing models can be purchased only for 9-10 thousand. Of course, the same AirPods and their analogues are a very interesting and futuristic solution, but the prices for such accessories start at 12 thousand, and you can buy a good smartphone for this money.

The results of both questions are about the same: as a rule, everyone who is positive about wireless headphones already has or had them at home.

It was surprising to me that 41% of our readers have wireless headphones, and another 13% had them. It seemed to me that the results of yes / no would be in the ratio of 25/75%. However, we have an advanced audience that is at the forefront of technology, which explains such an unusual distribution of votes.

The penultimate question is related to the battery life of the smartphone.

Poll results

Almost two-thirds of readers have enough smartphone charge for the whole day, and about a third recharge the device during the day. My use case is that sometimes there is enough charge, and sometimes not. I think most of you have the same story.

And that brings us to the last question about external batteries.

Survey results

Personally, I carry an external battery with me almost always, another thing is that it is not needed every day. But always, when I leave it at home, I bite my elbows, because on this day, by two o'clock in the afternoon, I have about 30% of the charge left.

Interestingly, 21% of readers carry a charger with them rather than a battery. By the way, as far as I know, Eldar Murtazin also uses this method more often and even once wrote about it in Spillikins.

Conclusion

I apologize in advance that I rounded the results a little when using the terms "third and quarter", I hope this did not annoy you.

Let's take a quick look at today's poll:

  1. Only 23% of readers surveyed need a second SIM card on a regular basis.
  2. Only 8% of readers are ready to give up the minijack irrevocably.
  3. At the same time, half of them have wireless headsets or headphones. Apparently, they do not consider them a worthy alternative to wired ones.
  4. 43% of readers consider the fingerprint scanner an important feature, but 30% are willing to forego it in favor of a worthy alternative.
  5. For a quarter of users, fast charging is important, and another half consider it desirable but not necessary.
  6. 94% of those surveyed consider water protection desirable or mandatory in a smartphone (and I agree with them).
  7. 43% of readers carry their smartphone in a case, and only 26% without it.
  8. 50% of readers are positive about wireless headsets and have or have had them.
  9. A third of users recharge their smartphone during the day, and two-thirds of the charge is enough for the whole day. At the same time, only 13% of readers constantly carry an external battery with them.
  10. It is interesting that 21% of respondents take a charger with them.

I must say that the results of some points unexpectedly surprised me, especially in terms of covers. But, in general, it is clear that almost everyone needs a minijack and moisture protection, only 50% of readers are ready to replace their headphones with wireless ones, but only 23% of respondents regularly need a second SIM card.

I propose to discuss the results of our survey in the comments, as well as participate in the next one. In it, we will talk about how much you are willing to spend on a smartphone, what salary you need to have to buy a flagship for 80 thousand and about your willingness to take a loan or installment plan for a smartphone.

Results of the poll "What features of your smartphone do you use and what do you not?"

Eldar started a great tradition of holding polls on Saturdays and summarizing them on Friday mornings. The idea is quite simple: we raise interesting topics for discussion, look at your reaction, and then comment on the results and share our opinion. Last week we discussed the importance of certain features in a smartphone.

We started with the question of the need for two SIM cards in a smartphone.

As you can see, almost half of readers consider this feature to be redundant, and another third would like to see it, but do not consider it mandatory. My position is closer to this third: in everyday use I don’t need a second SIM card, but when traveling I want to stay in touch and use mobile roaming from local SIM cards.

We then asked you if you need a 3.5mm headphone jack.

60% spoke in favor of its need for a smartphone, and another 31% noted that such a connector is desirable for them, but not required. My main smartphone is an iPhone 7 Plus and I use wired headphones. Due to the specifics of my work, I regularly change test devices, as a result, I periodically forget the adapter at home and get angry that I can’t listen to music. If I used only the iPhone, then it would annoy me much less. I inserted the adapter once into the headphones and forgot about it. However, I am the same user who needs to charge a smartphone and listen to music at the same time, in such scenarios I would definitely not refuse a minijack.

The third question was about the importance of the fingerprint scanner.

I remember the days when it first appeared, then users were too lazy to turn on unlocking with a finger, and it didn’t work very quickly. The turning point came when Apple introduced its Touch ID and encouraged developers to add fingerprint authentication to their apps. It's amazing how quickly people are used to turning on and unlocking the device using a scanner. Google quickly added a similar feature to the Android API, and now we are happy to use this convenient authorization method. And the answers to this question only confirm my words.

On the other hand, I see that a third of readers are ready to give up the fingerprint scanner if there is a worthy alternative. I think that when talking about it, many people mean the iris scanner on Samsung or Face ID on the iPhone X. I have not used these unlock methods, but if they are no less convenient, then why not?

It is interesting that 20% do not use a fingerprint scanner at all. Let me assume that the proportion of such users will decrease over time. Moreover, now a lot of applications are tied to it.

Let's move on to the Jockey Classic V-Neck - 3 Pack question about fast charging.

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Half of the readers noted that fast charging is desirable but not necessary for them, a quarter of survey participants highlighted the need for this feature, and only 5% of respondents consider such charging unnecessary.

I am on the side of the majority in this matter: fast charging is very cool. Forty minutes at the outlet, and now you have a 60-70% charged smartphone. It is especially great to use it in tandem with an external battery that supports this technology. I also note that, in my opinion, if the device supports fast charging, then it makes sense to put the appropriate power supply in the kit.

Now let's talk about moisture protection according to the IP67 / 68 standard.

A third of readers identified its unambiguous need, and almost two-thirds of those surveyed noted its desirable presence. In this matter, I am on the side of the first third: moisture protection is definitely needed. Even if you do not use its capabilities in everyday mode, situations are different, and changing a smartphone just because of falling into a puddle, a bathroom or a toilet will be very disappointing.

Interesting results from the question about carrying a smartphone in a case:

I often ride the subway and periodically notice that many users wear their devices without a case. I myself do the same, the fact is that my iPhone 7 Plus becomes very thick and wide with almost any case, only very thin panels from Ozaki 0.3mm or their analogues fit. In my opinion, when designing a smartphone, the creators are unlikely to adapt its design to be worn in a case.

It seemed to me that readers share this position, but 43% of respondents always wear a smartphone in a case, and another 31% put it on sometimes. And only a quarter of users wear their devices without a case. It’s even interesting what kind of covers you have, dear readers, be sure to tell us about them in the comments!

The next two questions are about wireless headsets. Let me suggest that Eldar wanted to check what percentage of readers consider them a worthy alternative to the missing minijack.

In my opinion, the main problem with wireless headsets is not the operating time and not the sound quality, but the high entry threshold. Even a relatively inexpensive Meizu EP51 headset costs 3,000 rubles, while the cost of good wired headphones starts at 1,000 rubles. And more or less standing models can be purchased only for 9-10 thousand. Of course, the same AirPods and their analogues are a very interesting and futuristic solution, but the prices for such accessories start at 12 thousand, and you can buy a good smartphone for this money.

The results of both questions are about the same: as a rule, everyone who is positive about wireless headphones already has or had them at home.

It was surprising to me that 41% of our readers have wireless headphones, and another 13% had them. It seemed to me that the results of yes / no would be in the ratio of 25/75%. However, we have an advanced audience that is at the forefront of technology, which explains such an unusual distribution of votes.

The penultimate question is related to the battery life of the smartphone.

Almost two-thirds of readers have enough smartphone charge for the whole day, and about a third recharge the device during the day. My use case is that sometimes there is enough charge, and sometimes not. I think most of you have the same story.

And that brings us to the last question about external batteries.

Personally, I carry an external battery with me almost always, another thing is that it is not needed every day. But always, when I leave it at home, I bite my elbows, because on this day, by two o'clock in the afternoon, I have about 30% of the charge left.

Interestingly, 21% of readers carry a charger with them rather than a battery. By the way, as far as I know, Eldar Murtazin also uses this method more often and even once wrote about it in Spillikins.

Conclusion

I apologize in advance that I rounded the results a little when using the terms "third and quarter", I hope this did not annoy you.

Let's take a quick look at today's poll:

  1. Only 23% of readers surveyed need a second SIM card on a regular basis.
  2. Only 8% of readers are ready to give up the minijack irrevocably.
  3. At the same time, half of them have wireless headsets or headphones. Apparently, they do not consider them a worthy alternative to wired ones.
  4. 43% of readers consider the fingerprint scanner an important feature, but 30% are willing to forego it in favor of a worthy alternative.
  5. For a quarter of users, fast charging is important, and another half consider it desirable but not necessary.
  6. 94% of those surveyed consider water protection desirable or mandatory in a smartphone (and I agree with them).
  7. 43% of readers carry their smartphone in a case, and only 26% without it.
  8. 50% of readers are positive about wireless headsets and have or have had them.
  9. A third of users recharge their smartphone during the day, and two-thirds of the charge is enough for the whole day. At the same time, only 13% of readers constantly carry an external battery with them.
  10. It is interesting that 21% of respondents take a charger with them.

I must say that the results of some points unexpectedly surprised me, especially in terms of covers. But, in general, it is clear that almost everyone needs a minijack and moisture protection, only 50% of readers are ready to replace their headphones with wireless ones, but only 23% of respondents regularly need a second SIM card.

I propose to discuss the results of our survey in the comments, as well as participate in the next one. In it, we will talk about how much you are willing to spend on a smartphone, what salary you need to have to buy a flagship for 80 thousand and about your willingness to take a loan or installment plan for a smartphone.