Users of Chinese brands such as Huawei and Xiaomi often have their own departments and tools, unlike those who use iPhone.
In China, the MobData research firm has emerged with a new study where iPhone users are perceived as "invisible poor" in the country.
According to the Shanghai-based company, this term brings together people who are not the best, who do not agree with the financial conditions of their lifestyle.
The report revealed that the majority of users of an Apple device were single women, aged between 18 and 34 years, who were only high school certified and had an average monthly income of less than 9 thousand pesos (3 thousand yuan). ).
On the contrary, people with higher incomes compared to the level of education prefer using Huawei mobile phones.
The users of this model are usually married men between the ages of 25-34, 14 thousand 900 pesos (5 thousand yuan) and 59 thousand 400 pesos (20 thousand yuan) between a degree and monthly income were recorded.
Another important difference is that Chinese brands, such as Huawei and Xiaomi, often have their own departments and tools, something that doesn't often happen for iPhone users.
It is noteworthy that Huawei, Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi are the largest smartphone providers in China, which has reached a market share of 9 percent, reaching 80 percent. percent.
Currently the iPhone 6 is still a favorite among Chinese users due to its low price, the later versions like iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, both released a year later, second and third place.
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