OnePlus Smartphones More Popular Than Apple iPhones Among Millennials According to CMR Report
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New Delhi, Oct 5: Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has pipped Apple to emerge as the first choice among aspirational buyers seeking to purchase premium devices, a new survey said on Friday. When it comes to upcoming smartphones, the one that consumers are keenly looking for is OnePlus (36 per cent), followed by Apple (34 per cent) with Samsung at the third spot (18 per cent), said the survey from CyberMedia Research (CMR). Facebook Security Again in Question! Messenger Kids App Accused of Incomplete & Vague Privacy Policy.

According to CMR "Mobile Industry Consumer Insight" (MICI) report, OnePlus' appeal and promise are very high among young consumers. In the age group of 18-32, 59 per cent of those surveyed favour OnePlus and it reigns supreme as the brand of choice for buyers. Xiaomi Poco F1 Rosso Red Colour Variant Online Sale on October 11 at Flipkart and

"There is a significant bump for OnePlus in the under-40 age group, with 15 per cent of those surveyed indicating OnePlus as their choice for their next smartphone. Motorola Moto G7 Specifications Leaked Online; Render Video Reveals Design Ahead of Official Announcement.

"This trend points to OnePlus's growing and enduring brand salience, a definite worrying sign for other premium smartphones, with its appeal cutting across consumer segments," the market research firm said in a statement.

The MICI Survey was conducted across New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Chennai in August. The respondents were students, teenagers and working professionals. While all premium smartphone brands enjoy significant brand loyalty amongst their users, there is a small percentage of users who are considering switching to other brands, the report noted. Honor Dussehra Sale: Massive Discounts & Exciting Offers on Honor 9N, Honor 7S & Other Honor Smartphones.

"While Apple emerged as a potential choice for OnePlus users (6 per cent) and OPPO users (18 per cent), OnePlus stands to gain from brand switching by users currently using Apple (9 per cent), Samsung (15 per cent) and Vivo (16 per cent)," the findings showed. Among those using premium Smartphones costing more than Rs 50,000, 12 per cent are considering switching to the OnePlus brand. Among the most anticipated features that consumers are seeking are the on-screen fingerprint sensor, wireless charging and support for AR and VR.