Mobile Usage Is at 100% Amongst Middle-East MIllennials

Smartphone penetration among millennials in the GCC is in the high nineties and mobile usage is almost at 100%, according to a recent study by thinkwithgoogle. Middle East travellers are depending on their smartphone to plan their holidays this summer with 40% of GCC travellers using the internet as their first stop.

honor, the leading smartphone e-brand in the region predicts that holidays-goers in the summer will spend up to a staggering 26 hours a week on their smartphone. Where once the camera was the most important travel accessory, nine in ten people in the UAE now believe their smartphone is more essential, demonstrating how important a consumer’s device is as part of their lifestyle.

Research from Huawei honor, suggests that there is a significant difference in smartphone behaviour between UAE and KSA holiday-makers. It highlighted that people in Saudi mostly use their smartphones for gaming and making calls when on holiday, however taking photos was still the number one in terms of usage.

Sunbaigong continued, “At Huawei honor everything we do is for the benefit of the end-user, whether it is specs, camera or appearance, we take note of what they actually want and use on a daily basis. This is why this summer we have partnered with a clear trip to give away all honor users’ vouchers worth up to 100 AED just by registering on website. We know how important the smartphone camera is to our end-users, which is why our devices are geared towards taking great shots on the go – meaning there is literally no excuse for a bad photo. In fact, our upcoming smartphone launch will really showcase this in abundance so watch this space.”

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