Smartphones: Do bigger screens drive higher data usage?
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Manufacturers have introduced both regular and large-screen versions of the same model, but do consumers use them differently? We analyzed Plume data and found that screens larger than 5” consume 26% more data than their smaller screen counterparts. Interestingly, Apple’s big screen users consume a whopping 53% more data than Samsung’s. Does this mean that bigger really is better?
Other Plume news:
Plume continued its rapid roll-out in May. Virgin Media has made Plume available to a selection of its UK-based customers. Leading utilities provider Nova Energy introduced intelligent smart home services to New Zealand’s shores. Cablenet, the leading quad-play services provider in Cyprus, also strengthened its smart home proposition with Plume.
OpenSync Academy opens!
Plume debuts at ANGA COM with three senior executives taking the stage to share insights on Plume’s intelligent approach to the smart home:
- Bill McFarland, Chief Technology Officer, 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 4
- Christian Constant, General Manager of European Operations, 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 5
- Adam Hotchkiss, Co-Founder & VP Product, 11.30 a.m. Wednesday, June 5
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