Today’s smartphones, which are constantly being improved, completely eliminates the need for a separate camera, new study shows.
You probably know it. The camera in your smartphone has become so good that it quietly walks over and replaces the stand-alone compact camera or even single-lens reflex camera in many situations.
The trend is documented in a new study conducted by Telia and analysis Institute YouGov today announces in a press release. It shows that the smart phone today take up more space in everyday life and that it is at the expense of a long series of earlier products-digital as well as analog.
Hardest goes beyond the camera. All 75% of respondents replied that the smart phone today fulfils this function. With the constant focus that from producers to improve quality, the degree of detail and the possibilities with a mobile camera, it is perhaps not so surprising.
“Smartphones are taking over more and more essential functions in our daily lives. Mobile technology makes a lot of things easier and less time consuming, and the many chic options quickly becomes a matter of course in everyday life. A previous analysis, we have created, also shows that the personal mobile phone is in line with their wallets, credit card and our keys over things, we graciously want to lose “, says Christoph N, residential Director of Telia.
Replaces the alarm clock and calendar
An alarm clock is also a problem, as a smartphone, and the experience can be substituted for 73% of the respondents. Analogue media, such as a calendar and a contact list is carried out more and more on the smart phone in line with technological developments, with 68% and 65% respectively.
A relatively new invention which the GPS may also slowly let life to the smart phone with, among other things, free solutions from Google, Apple and Nokia. GPS companies even reminder also also for the mobile platform to reach consumers.
The full top 10 list:
- Camera (75%)
- Alarm clock (73%)
- Calendar (68%)
- Contact list (65%)
- Navigation/GPS (60%)
- Common clock (55%)
- Online banking/money transfer (53%)
- Music player (43%)
- Notebook (39%)
- Display of film & tv (10%)
How to make your network your everyday life easier
In connection with the investigation have Telia teamed up with tv host, Anders Breinholt, to show how it affects you to live for 24 hours without network access.
Here he must either borrow other people’s smartphones or get other over his shoulder. View the short movie below.
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