Poll: how often do you change phones?

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In a poll we did a little more than two years ago, the majority of people have stated that they will upgrade their phone every two years. Well, do you? Now that 5G connectivity, periscope cameras, high refresh rate screens, and fast charging has become common.

The introduction of this new cutting-edge technologies, and have a price – premium phones rarely go below $1,000. That being said, the quality of the mid-range of phones has increased significantly, now offering near-flagship specs.

They have a 90Hz or even 120Hz screens and a few of those OLED), a quick charger, and so on. Even the 5G modems as well as a periscope-cam – why would you want a flagship, then?” It’s not like they’re getting more major OS upgrades in the past. Well, some of them do, but a lot of Androids are older than 2 years of age, a security patch, it is the best thing they could have hoped for.

Still, 5G coverage, you will only have to expand it, the developers will make more games that support more than 60 fps, which is faster to load, never gets old, and so on. All of these new developments, the future of the phone, even if they don’t seem to be as useful right now.


A variety of new technologies, to try to tempt you to upgrade sooner
A variety of new technologies, to try to tempt you to upgrade sooner
A variety of new technologies, to try to tempt you to upgrade sooner

A variety of new technologies, to try to tempt you to upgrade sooner

the iphone is much better in terms of upgrades, the iPhone 6s has been running for five years in September, and it will be available for the latest iOS. However, they do have their own set of drawbacks, the first 5G phone, and the first 120Hz screens that will come out this year. However, we may still be not high-zoom camera or sensors above 12 MP. Plus, you can forget about the fast charging that is above the bare minimum to earn that name.

The way we see it, there are two main reasons to buy a new phone (not counting the loss of or damage to the current). Your old phone is to his or her age in terms of hardware, software, or both. In the second place, the technological advances of the functions that are not available to you when you bought the phone, and now it’s something you want to do.

So, how long you want to make sure that the next phone you buy? Or, if you bought one recently, how long do I have to use? Also, drop a line in the comments and with the reasons for the upgrade.

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