Psychologists say you can understand someone’s character based on his body language, facial features or even the way he walks. While this is 100% true, analyzing someone’s personality requires deeper knowledge about many other things other than the ones mentioned above. Did you know that you can equally know a lot about a person from the kind of phone he or she uses?
In Nigeria, people tend to buy phones that will represent them well. Most times, they use a particular brand of phone as though they are ambassadors of the brand. This is however due to a subconscious instinct that makes them feel their phones can be used as a parameter to summarize their personality.
Cell phones have now become so cheap and affordable to own that they have mostly replaced pay phones and phone booths. There are over 24 thousand different phone brands used by over 4 billion people all over the world. Despite the growing number of users, some phone brands seem to have more users than the other. The Apple, for instance, has more users despite having fewer models of its iPhone than one can count the fingers on his hands.
With the rise of more Android phones, people also seem to change their phones frequently for different reasons- partly to keep up with the phone brand value and trend and partly for the love of the new style.
Well, it is not far from the truth, a survey has been carried out and these are the characters of persons using any of these 12 mobile phones.
The Taiwanese consumer electronics company, HTC released the first commercial Android smartphone, the HTC Dream, in 2008, and is today a manufacturer of both Android and Windows-based smartphones. With its rise in production among other phones, there seems to be something unique about its users.
HTC users are very serious about life, generally, they talk serious, they walk serious and they don’t have the time to relax at all.
The Blackberry phones are pretty user-friendly. The phone is designed and marketed by Canadian company BlackBerry Limited (formerly known as Research In Motion Limited) and following its friendliness, it has a unique effect on its users.
These set of people are simply attention seekers, they always want you to see them taking selfies or notice them taking a fake call.
The unique thing about ZTE is that it has secured distribution and significant sales all over the world partly because of its relatively inexpensive smartphones. On the other hand, ZTE users usually seem as those who lack taste and often settle for less.
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Huawei is a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong. The Huawei phones are quite good and its users are absolutely awesome.
5. Apple iPhone
Thi is one of the most widely used phones thanks to its picture and sound quality. The phone is classy. This is also the word to describe people using this brand of phone.
Motorola users are yet to upgrade in technology, they are the old school category.
Even with the technological drift to more sophisticated phones, Nokia users seem to be very loyal.
Users of this brand are often misunderstood, you really can’t place their worth.
9. LG Phone
This set of phone users are Loners and usually boring.
Techno phones are slowly dominating the phone market all over the world. It now competes with other Android phones. However, the phone users are pretenders; in a bid to feel among, they flaunt what ain’t real.
People who use Samsung gadgets are all about style; they know “what’s up” at all times.
12. Any of those phones with 2 sim cards
Any person using an unbranded or unpopular phone with 2 sims is always boring and bored at the same time.
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Now you can take a first impression test of that new friend of yours by just checking out his/her phone. But note that these analyses are not generic, they vary between individuals.
What you use speaks much about who you are. There are over 24 thousand types of phones in the world. People see you based on the type of phone you are using.