A majority of the people look for a longer battery life and internet access while buying a mobile phone, according to a survey of Nokia.
The poll was conducted by Nokia to find the factors that will help the company to grow its customer base by a billion, and thus is called the ‘Next Billion’ survey.
Just a fraction under 20 per cent of the total people, who took part in the Nokia’s poll for the ‘Next Billion’, wants their phone to have a longer battery life followed closely by Internet access with 11 per cent people opting for it.
People also want their first phone to be robust and pocket friendly as well and same is reflected in the poll with 9 per cent and 8 per cent of the people respectively opting for this as one of the top five features.
WiFi connectivity is one of the top five features selected by the people.